European People’s Party

Orbán Party Suspended from Conservative EU Parliament Group

Fidesz, the party of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, has been suspended from the European People’s Party (EPP) group after complaints about the “anti-EU” rhetoric of their campaign for the upcoming European Parliament elections. Members of the EPP voted on Wednesday to suspend Fidesz, despite

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Downing Street Orders Tories to Distance Themselves from Orban

Downing Street told European Parliament Conservative Party MEPs to distance themselves from Prime Minister Viktor Orbán after they had voted unanimously against imposing sanctions on Hungary, leaked WhatsApp messages obtained by BuzzFeed reveal.

(L-R) US President Donald Trump, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban and British Prime Minister Theresa May, pose for a family picture during the NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) summit at the NATO headquarters, in Brussels, on May 25, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / POOL / Stefan Rousseau (Photo credit should …

Orban: ‘EU Court of Human Rights Is a Security Threat to Europeans’

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán told the annual congress of the European People’s Party (EPP) that the European Court of Human Rights (EHCR) is a “threat to the security of EU people” and an invitation to migrants. He urged the EPP to advocate for “national pride and Christian identity” or Europe will have a Muslim majority within a generation.

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European Left Plots to Block Trump’s Pro-Brexit EU Ambassador

The European Left’s leading MEPs have written to the President of the European Commission and the President of the European Council, demanding that they block the appointment of Professor Ted Malloch as Donald Trump’s ambassador to the European Union (EU).

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Hungary PM Bullied Into Backtracking On Asylum Quotas

The straight talking Hungarian premier who has worked to secure his border with a fence, said the migration crisis is “Germany’s problem” and cautioned against mass Muslim settlement strikes a lonely figure in Brussels. After two days of relentless opposition

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