It is expected that the Alliance for the Dialogue of the MSZP will jointly prepare for next year's elections in the European Parliament, and one of the key themes of their campaign will be involvement in the European Public Prosecution Office – said Dialogue, a co-chair at a two-page press conference in Eger.
According to Gergely Christmas, the most important question is Hungary's incorporation into EU support to truly enter the society and strengthen the economy's competitiveness instead of financing the power machine that has "far-fetched the country for the last eight years of European democracy."
According to politicians, "Hungarian justice today does not coincide with the implementation of the law, but there is no institution with the crime to effectively counter political corruption", and the government reveals its intentions when it does everything to prevent it from accessing the European State Attorney's Office. they support the initiation of the act of the Independent Parliamentary Assembly Hadkoshi Akos and gathering the signatories of the accession support.
According to Christmas, EU funds often do not come close to Hungary for Europe: some investments are made, but development spending is "extremely centralized" and all this "finances the current corrupt regime that destroys Hungary from the possibility of living in Europe". In the pre-election campaign EP, therefore, anti-corruption action and renewed Europe, which is not elite power, but Europe from the people, will be a priority. The Dialogue of the MSZP wants to present the vision of the latter in the EP that Hungary is finally in the midst of Western democracies, not double-rate poverty or EU emigration, "he said.
Bertalan Tóth, president of the MSZP, said in a briefing: wherever they are in the country, everyone is confronted with problems that say "Fideszes, friends and friends treat the European Union money as if they were theirs." A recent investigation by the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) also showed that the family of the prime minister also spoke about the "network of organized crime" in the case of Elios regarding the modernization of public lighting.
Local "Faithful Small Dogs" like to resort to a common pot in all settlements and to love to see their own EU funds, and this is true of Eger, where more than a billion HUF went missing under the leadership of the former HVVTA chief, support, which is not known to date friendly business circles. "In this connection, the MSZP requires the departure of relevant public persons and the discovery of those who benefited from that money, and the police continue to investigate and propose that perpetrators be responsible," said Tóth. (MTI)