Photo: wikipedia

Szazadveg: Majority of Hungarians say EU should seek cooperation, compromise

Six out of every ten Hungarians say that Brussels should seek cooperation and compromise, and it has no right to withhold the payment of European Union resources allocated for member states, the Szazadveg Foundation said on Tuesday.

The think-tank’s latest survey involved interviewing 1,000 people in early January to assess public opinion about the payment of cohesion and recovery funds “rightfully due” to Hungary, the statement said.

The survey showed that 60 percent of Hungarians believe the EU is an alliance of free and equal countries, and “Brussels has no right to withhold financial resources, even partially, but should seek compromise”.

Leave a Reply