Billionaire George Soros’s “people have again revealed themselves” in the European parliament, ruling Fidesz group spokesman János Halász said on Wednesday.
The commissioner for migration and a “pro-migration chorus” of MEPs were once again “preaching” about the settlement of migrants in Tuesday’s EP session, Halász told a press conference.
Dimitris Avramopoulos, the commissioner in charge of the European Commission‘s migration policy, repeated that a sustainable and predictable mechanism for solidarity was needed in order to organise the settlement of migrants, Halász noted. This suggests that the EC is once again pushing for migrant quotas, he added.
Péter Niedermüller, an MEP of Hungary’s opposition Democratic Coalition (DK) party headed by Ferenc Gyurcsány, argued that EU member states should increase their financial contributions with a view to managing migration, Halász said.
“It has again become completely clear that the EC and the pro-migration majority in the EP are acting in line with the ‘Soros plan’,” he said.
“If it was up to them, they would turn Europe into a continent of migrants, and this is what’s at stake in the European parliamentary elections,” he added.