According to PM Orbán, the event is Hungary’s “biggest diplomatic success of the past ten years”.
Viktor Orbán was one of the guests on the event organized by Fratelli d’Italia in Rome last weekend. The Hungarian PM spoke about the new model of political and state theory that has been established in Hungary, among other things.
Again and again left-liberal media outlets accuse Orbán of being an anti-Semite, mainly for voicing criticism against the worldview of George Soros. Here’s why that accusation falls flat on its face.
PM Orbán held a joint press conference with Austrian Vice Chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache, where he said that if it is possible for centre-right political forces in Austria to cooperate with patriotic right wing parties, then the same cooperation could be achieved on a European level.
Juncker calls Orbán a xenophobe, gets blasted by the Hungarian PM
On Sunday, Jean-Claude Juncker, president of the European Commission lashed out against Orbán because of his anti-immigration standpoint. However, the Eurocrat will probably think twice next time - considering the response he got from the Hungarian PM.
This is why the European Parliament's attack on Hungary failed completely
On Wednesday, the European Parliament decided to attack Hungary once more before the elections take place in May, which is why the occasion was more akin to an aggressive campaign event than an actual debate. In this context, it was no wonder that the bureaucrats of Brussels turned to their favourite subject: Hungary and the state of democracy within the country.