Hungary's FM: George Soros is intent on having the Hungarian people punished because they didn’t vote for his candidates
Minister Szijjártó pointed out that if Hungary had an electoral system like the United Kingdom or France, then the ruling party wouldn’t just have a two-thirds majority in Parliament, but a majority of 85 percent
Hungary’s foreign minister has said that during George Soros’ negotiations in Brussels, he is intent on having the people of Hungary punished because they didn’t vote for his candidates, but for Fidesz, which rejects immigration.
Péter Szijjártó, minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, stressed that George Soros does not want to accept the result of the Hungarian elections, following a meeting of EU foreign ministers in Luxembourg.
“Soros is holding talks in Brussels with Vice President of the European Commission Frans Timmermans; both are radially pro-immigration and are both committed enemies of the Hungarian government and Hungarian migration policy,” the minister said.
“At an election of historic importance, the people of Hungary voted in favor of the country having a government that places the security of the Hungarian people at the forefront and does not bow to international pressure aimed at having the Hungarian government deal with the rights of migrants and the encouragement of migration processes before and instead of the safety of the people of Hungary,” he added.
In regard to the LIBE report, the minister said he is aware of the argument of the members of the Committee, according to which they are protecting the people of Hungary. “But only the Parliament elected by the Hungarian people and the government designated by the Hungarian people are entitled to represent the people of Hungary, not the LIBE Committee, George Soros, Frans Timmermans or NGOs,” he said.
“The people of Hungary have made a clear decision: Hungary must be protected from migration and from the international politics that instead of wanting to stop migration processes are continuously working to encourage them,” he added.
Minister Szijjártó also pointed out that if Hungary had an electoral system like the United Kingdom or France, then the ruling party wouldn’t have only a two-thirds majority in Parliament but a majority of 85 percent.