Justice Minister Judit Varga has called on the European Commission to drop infringement procedures against Hungary.
According to MTI, the minister said on Facebook that concerning the procedures “launched in connection with Hungary’s handling the migration crisis”, other European Union members “now receive support for the same measures”. She said that some countries had adopted the same practices Hungary had been condemned for in the Sargentini Report.
The minister said the European Commission should also drop the infringement procedure launched over Hungary’s paedophilia law, and “stop blackmailing” the country. The minister insisted that “Brussels is still unable to accept that we won’t allow LGBTQ propaganda in our schools and kindergartens”. Concerning an upcoming visit to Hungary by EU Commissioner Didier Reynders, Varga said that the commissioner was “allegedly aiming to conduct a technical dialogue on the rule of law during the election campaign and far from any intentions to interfere with the elections”.
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