The EP debate about Hungary was nothing more than a pro-migration election rally
Initiated by the Greens, a debate on the question of Hungary’s rule of law made it to the EP plenary’s agenda once again. It had no real justification. There were no new developments that should have prompted yet another debate, but that didn’t stop them. In his regular Friday morning interview on state radio, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán made it clear that he would not bother participating, calling the plenary a “Soros-style session, election rally and campaign event.”
During the debate MEPs of the EPP Group defended Hungary’s well-established stance on migration.
MEP Tamás Deutsch pointed out that “the reasons for…