MEPs have slammed leftists in the EU after the European Parliament passed a report declaring Hungary “is no longer a democracy”.
An elected European representative who is a member of Hungary’s ruling party, Fidesz, has slammed left-wing politicians within the bloc after the European Parliament passed a resolution saying Hungary “is no longer a democracy”.
The document, which was presented to lawmakers last Wednesday, describes EU member states as “electoral autocratic hybrid regimes” before asking the European Commission to take action against the country’s current government, which, despite Brussels’ efforts, failed earlier this year Landslide electoral victories have sometimes undermined the support of the incumbent government.
In a statement to Breitbart Europe, Hungarian MEP Balazs Hidveghi slammed the report as having “nothing to do with reality”, while saying it was a “disgrace” that left-wing activists in the EU spent so much time attacking Hungary’s conservatives. rather than dealing with the various crises facing the continent.
“In the current circumstances, it’s a disgrace that the left spends time and energy making up such a document,” Baraz said. “The eastern borders of our continent have been ravaged by a war that we thought we would never see. Millions of refugees are seeking asylum. European citizens have to face almost unaffordable energy prices, mainly because of completely wrong EU sanctions”
“Don’t these politicians see that we have more important things to do?” he continued. “Anyone who has ever opened their eyes knows that Hungary is a democracy.”
“This report has nothing to do with reality,” the Fidesz MEP continued.
In what appears to be the latest example of EU bigwigs attacking a conservative-led country, the European Parliament has now declared that Hungary “is no longer a democracy”.https://t.co/tDj6XwslfI
— Breitbart London (@BreitbartLondon) September 16, 2022
While many in Brussels still insist the attack on the Hungarian government was justified, Balaz dismissed efforts to label Hungary anti-democratic as being driven by hard-line leftists disaffected by his party’s success .
“They simply cannot accept the fact that the Hungarian people have been elected to the Conservative government for the fourth time in a row,” argued the politician. “A government that dares to defend the country’s interests, a government that hinders the ideology of the far left.
“This is the real ‘evil’ in Hungary, which is why all these baseless lies are coming from the left,” he continued.
Whether or not this is the real source of the dispute, the European Commission continues its crusade against the country’s ruling government, led by inflammatory Prime Minister Viktor Orban, Announce it wants to see sunday 7.5 billion euros Among the funds deprived from the state.
According to a press release issued by the EU, the purpose of stripping funds from the country is to protect “the EU budget and the EU’s financial interests from acts that violate the principles of the Hungarian rule of law”, although Hungarian officials now have arguing repeatedly such a claim.
Calls for defunding will now have a majority vote in the European Council, although the commission has left the door open for a compromise deal with its Budapest counterpart.
according to to politicspart of that compromise may have come into effect, with EU bosses giving Hungary two months to implement EU-requested reforms to reverse possible penalties.