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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said today that Hungary would block any attempt by the European Union to restrict Poland’s voting rights. The Eastern European nations have been in a fight with the EU Parliament over migrants and judicial reform, rule of law issues.
“Orban said Poland, under fire from Brussels for its transformation of the judiciary, was being criticized unfairly and unjustly. He spelled out that Hungary would not subscribe to an attempt to invoke the EU’s Article 7 sanction process,” reported Reuters.
“We need to make it clear to the EU that it is pointless even to start proceedings against Poland as there is no chance of seeing it through – because Hungary will be there and form an insurmountable road block,” Orban said.
Western Europe has been pushing the Visegrad Group of nations to accept hundreds of thousands of migrants to take pressure off the southern periphery countries of the EU which are bearing the brunt of the immigration wave instigated by the open-door policies of the liberal wing of the bloc. The EU Commission is also taking action against Poland as it disagrees with the methods of reforming its judiciary, saying the actions will destroy the rule of law.
In response, Poland has demanded reparations for World War II from Germany. Hungary and Poland have also declared that Western Europe must realize there is an Islamic invasion of ‘economic’ migrants that are bent on destroying Europe as we know it, changing its culture and eviscerating the security of the European people.