Justice Minister Judit Varga said on Thursday that she is scheduled to meet European Commissioner for Justice Didier Reynders, who visits each European Union member state “in the spirit of the rule of law dialogue”.
“We have always been open when it came to the rule of law, we’ve never sold a pig in a poke. Our arguments are clear and straightforward: we reject double standards,” she said on Facebook in an English-language post.
“I believe Commissioner Reynders’ visit will serve as a great opportunity to clarify a few pressing issues:
It is time for Brussels to end its campaign launched against our Child Protection Act.
No one can meddle in how Hungarian parents raise their children. We won’t let any sexual propaganda into schools, not even the LGBTQ lobby,” Varga said.
“People are entitled to that: Hungarians have worked for it, don’t stand in the way of the Recovery and Resilience Facility resources!”, she added.
“Words matter: stop threatening with the conditionality regulation, the Commission must stick to the agreement reached last December!”
“The moral moment has come: it is time to withdraw all the infringement proceedings launched against us because of our migration policy. We have created a trend: today, they follow the Hungarian example on the continent,” she added.
“We issued the invoice: we have defended the whole of Europe and spent billions on border protection and consequently on the security of the whole of the Union. We call on the Commission to take its share of the funding of the Polish and Lithuanian border barrier,” she said. “We have always been ready for dialogue, the ball is now in Brussels,” she added.