DK accuses Fidesz of looking to leave EU
“Having had enough of the Hungarian government’s corruption and its attempts to dismantle Hnugarian democracy, the European Union has decided to withhold EU funding for the country,” Sandor Ronai, an MEP of the party, told an online press conference.
“Despite the lies [Fidesz leaders] spread about a war against Hungary,” the funds were stalled because of “a decade’s worth of unhemmed thievery … and because Fidesz criminals who have defrauded the EU funds of billions are still running free,” Ronai said.
“Up to now, we could trust that this deeply corrupt regime has no interest in leaving the EU because they needed the billions they could steal. The European Commission’s decision on the back of a rule-of-law mechanism has put an end to that. That is why we have never been in a greater danger of Fidesz leading the country out of the EU,” he said.
The general election in 2022 will be “between Viktor Orban and Hungary’s EU membership”, he said.