During a meeting in Budapest, the Hungarian prime minister on Saturday condemned the EU’s approach to his country and Poland.
Raise your voice. There are six months to the Assembly elections, which promises to be tight, Prime Minister Hungarian Minister Viktor Orban, The meeting in Budapest, on Saturday 23 October, condemned the attitude of the European Union towards the country and Poland, which according to him deserves the Soviet Union.
“The EU speaks to us and behaves like enemies with us and the poles,” he began in front of a crowd of sympathizers gathered at a national holiday rally commemorating Hungary’s uprising against the Soviet Union. 1956.
“It is good to understand that even the Brussels Communists have failed to get us. It is good that we are avoiding David Goliath,” he added, showing his support for Warsaw in the conflict in Brussels over the independence and priority of the courts. Of European law.
Several tens of thousands of people marched and marched through the streets of the capital before. Among those who took part in the march were people from Poland, waving the Polish flag, and even a sign declaring “Brussels = dictatorship.”
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The MPZ was gathering in Budapest for National Day and he gathered in front of about 5,000 people: “People were tired in 1956, they are tired today!”.
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“When we needed their help, they did not come. Now we do not ask them anything, they are there,” he added, appealing to the West in 1956 to help the Hungarians.