László Kövér, the speaker of the Parliament, said that he would not risk too much money on betting that the European Union will still exist in 2030.
According to hvg, Mr Kövér gave an interview to the Catholic Radio. In that, he stated, for example, that there is a worldwide clash between two ideologies, and there cannot be a compromise between them. On the one side are those who say that democracy based on infinite freedom can exist. Meanwhile, on the other side are those who believe that
democracy can only be built upon the balance between order and freedom.
He added that democracy cannot go against the will of the majority of the people. However, he believes that this is becoming a trend in Europe. He cleared that he is doubtful about the future of the European Union. He said that he would not risk too much money on the bet that the European Union will still exist in 2030.
We reported before that the Debrecen Appeal Court in September 2019 ruled that Roma children in Gyöngyöspata were segregated unlawfully at school, and their right to equal treatment was violated. The court required the local authority and the school district to pay a compensation of 100 million forints (EUR 297.700) to the children’s families for each year spent in segregation. However, the government says that the “Soros network” of organisations supported by
US billionaire George Soros is trying to incite hatred between the Hungarian and Roma people regarding the issue.
Kövér said about the case that there was a small minority who would like to get a lot of money with the help of some lawyers and the agents of George Soros’s network. He added that law and truth cannot be against each other.
Kövér said that the bringing-up of some of the young members of the parliament show significant defects. It is even worse, he believes, that communication changed, and the parliament is no longer the place of debates. The people of the internet are only interested in scandals and arguments, or
the opinion of others do not count anymore, he concluded.