As all the attacks against Hungary, Monday’s hearing at the GAC is part of the campaign by pro-migration politicians in preparation for next year’s European parliamentary election, Deutsch said.
One of the strongest conflicts in the EU is the dispute between pro-migration and anti-migration forces, he added.
Over the past three years, Hungary has taken resolute and successful steps to stop the wave of mass migration towards Europe, Deutsch said. Hungarian people made a clear and unambiguous decision at a referendum that they reject the quotas for settling illegal migrants and at the spring elections they expressed that Hungary does not want to become an immigrant country, he added.
Deutsch said he believed these democratic decisions had triggered the efforts to pressurise Hungary, including the Sargentini report “with all its lies, oversights, falsehoods and baseless political accusations.”
Despite growing attempts to put pressure on Hungary, neither Hungarian citizens, nor the government and Hungarian MEPs in the European People’s Party will change their position opposing migration, he said.
Hungary rejects the translocation of migrants already in Europe and their distribution in line with any form of mandatory quota, as well as the EU taking away the right for border protection, the pro-migration efforts of a network of organisations affiliated to US billionaire George Soros, the UN migration package and the distribution of anonymous bank cards prepaid with EU monies to migrants, he added.
The continuing attacks against Hungarian citizens only highlight the significance of next May’s EP elections when all EU citizens will get a chance to express their opinion on migration and break the pro-migration majority in the EP, Deutsch said.