“Hello to the European Parliament!”, he launched on his Twitter account.
“And there they said they were very concerned about corruption in Hungary,” he quipped in a message accompanied by a 1981 photo of former US presidents Ronald Reagan and George Bush laughing out loud.
Hungary is at risk of freezing billions of euros in European Union (EU) funds due to reforms deemed insufficient against corruption, the nationalist leader’s spat.
Parliament is on the front lines and regularly calls on the Commission to persevere.
In this context, Brussels on Friday maintained its recommendation to block 7.5 billion. It is up to member states to decide before 19 December whether to ratify the proposal, reject it or revise the amount.
The European executive, which a few weeks ago still seemed to favor a compromise approach towards Hungary, bowed under “enormous political pressure” from the Strasbourg parliament, which had recently judged Budapest, so on the weekend news pleasure to.
Vice President of the organization, Greek socialist Eva KailiHe was charged with “corruption” and jailed on Sunday in Brussels, in a Belgian judge’s investigation into large payments that may have forced Qatar to influence decisions.
“In short, the Progressive Alliance group has been fabricating lies about corruption in Hungary for years, and now their head … is embroiled in the biggest scandal in Hungarian history. Twitter.” “A fine example of hypocrisy,” he Condemned
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