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Hungary’s ruling Fidesz emerged as the winner of this week’s “battle in the European People’s Party”, a state secretary at the Prime Minister’s Office said on Friday, adding that the compromise made in Brussels would help the EPP.

“The pro-migration branch of the EPP and the leftist parties backed by [US billionaire] George Soros failed to get Fidesz expelled,” Balázs Orbán told public news channel M1, adding that this had allowed the bloc to maintain its unity.

It was ultimately Fidesz’s proposal that the EPP approved, under which an inquiry committee will be formed with the Hungarian ruling party voluntarily suspending its rights in the grouping, he said.

“Incidentally, the way I see it, membership in a European parliamentary party, from a Hungarian point of view, is never a goal, but a means for the ruling parties and the government to represent Hungary’s interests in the European Parliament,” the state secretary added.

So the outcome of the debate will depend on how Hungary is able to represent its interests in the long run and in what form it will be able to find allies to protect Christian values and to stop migration, he said.

Featured image: Collage – & MTI

Source: MTI

  1. Hungary may thank Viktor Orbán for being one of the few leaders in Europe to live up to the saying: ‘For the people – by the people’. Many can learn from this so that it becomes more pleasant in Europe. That Brussels does not want to see that opposition to Brussels is growing below the surface. A road that leads to a dead end road which under these circumstances is a saying with a bitter aftertaste.

  2. The EU thinks nothing of the countries east of Germany. The despicable Belgians and dirty French have been pushing the rest of Europe around for too long and they need a comeuppance in the near future. The EU has to learn that there are other countries other than them in Europe.

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