Fidesz MEP Tamas Deutsch – Photo: wikipedia

Deutsch: Fundamental changes needed in Brussels

Fundamental changes are needed in Brussels, and bureaucrats that use their power only to pressurise countries that want to pursue a sovereignty-based policy and represent their own national interests "must be chased away", Tamas Deutsch, an MEP of ruling Fidesz, said on Sunday.

Deutsch told public radio that fundamental changes are also needed among Hungarian MEPs because eight of them “who belong to the dollar left” repeatedly “side with Brussels on all issues when the bureaucrats attack the Hungarians”.

“MEPs should be elected who use their mandate received from the Hungarian citizens to represent Hungarian interests in Brussels, even if it goes with taking up conflicts,” he said.

Commenting on the issue of European Union development funding for Hungary, Deutsch welcomed the development that “sums visible also to the naked eye” were now being received but he added that resources had been “held back unlawfully for years”.

He called for resolute action “against political blackmailing by the Brussels bureaucrats” as long as the EU development monies due to Hungary in the current budget period are not fully transferred.

“The Hungarian dollar left is a very intensive participant in Brussels’ unlawful blackmailing behaviour,” he said. “Former Socialist Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany enthusiastically admitted in a radio interview more than a year ago that it was them who delivered to the Brussels bureaucrats the fabrications that serve as a base for launching legal procedures against Hungary,” Deutsch added.

However, Deutsch said the political strategy of the Brussels bureaucrats representing the interests and political aspirations of the Hungarian “dollar left” and the Soros network had failed. “They wanted to prevent Hungary from receiving EU funds altogether, but the country did receive a noteworthy amount in the end,” he said. “And they did not manage either to force Hungary to change its position when it comes to rejecting illegal migration, keeping the child protection law and maintaining a pro-peace position in connection with the war in Ukraine”, said Deutsch.

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