Judith Sargentini built the Hungarian case around a presumption that Orbán is threatening the values we all share. The problem is that a majority of people simply don’t share her values – because she is, and always has been, a far-left extremist.
The proposal about Hungary and the risk of seriously violating European values generated a loud response. Despite this fact Viktor Orbán should be pleased, writes Marek Maďarič, former Minister of Culture.
Radek Vondráček (ANO) has distanced himself from the vote of ANO MEPs on sanction proceedings with Hungary because of the alleged threat to EU values. MPs of the SPD and ODS also stand on the side of Hungary.
Pál Csáky (SMK-MKP) and Anna Záborská (KDH) already claimed they will vote against the Sargentini report on Wednesday, Miroslav Mikolášik (KDH) will vote against or abstain and Ivan Štefanec (SDKÚ/KDH) is voting for the report.
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