Sargentini Report is final, desperate attack on Hungary, says government official
“What is important is what the people say at the EP elections in May 2019," Minister Antal Rogán said
The pro-immigration majority is launching a final, desperate attack against Hungary and this is what the Sargentini Report is all about, according to a government official.
During the 18th annual Civil Picnic in Kötcse, near Lake Balaton, Antal Rogán, the minister heading the Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister, said the prime minister will be speaking about the fact that the most important event of the upcoming period in Europe will be the 2019 European Parliament elections, the topic of which will be immigration.
“Immigration has brought about a democracy deficit in Europe in view of the fact that the majority of the European Parliament and the European Commission are pro-immigration, but the European people are increasingly rejecting immigration, and it would seem that the majority of the EP are refusing to accept this," Rogán said.
“Europe needs a new EP and Commission in which pro-immigration politicians are not in the majority, and as a result of which order will be restored," he added.
Rogán said the pro-immigration EP majority is refusing to accept the opinion of the people, and will not be backing down from their position during the upcoming months.
With relation to the debate on the document concerning the state of the rule of law in Hungary, which is due to be held in the European Parliament this Tuesday, the minister explained that it makes no difference what decision is made in the EP because the opinion of the pro-immigration majority is increasingly unimportant.