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The gradual, “relentless” implementation of the “Soros plan” is continuing with the cooperation of the European and Hungarian left wing, Tamás Deutsch, who heads the delegation of governing Fidesz in the European Parliament, said at a press conference in Budapest on Saturday.

Deutsch said that according to two EP resolutions on migration, immigration, including illegal immigration, is a fundamental human right, and immigrants arriving in the European Union must be distributed among member states.

Additionally, he said, the resolutions require compliance with rules that “prohibit deportation, in practice”, even in cases in which the authorities of a member state have rejected an application for asylum.

Deutsch noted that MEP Klára Dobrev of the Democratic Coalition (DK) as well as Katalin Cseh and Anna Donáth of Momentum, together with three other DK MEPs had joined the majority of the pro-immigration EP and “enthusiastically voted” for both resolutions.

Fidesz MEP Deutsch Not Expelled from EPP Group but Faces Strict Consequences after Harsh Remarks
Fidesz MEP Deutsch Not Expelled from EPP Group but Faces Strict Consequences after Harsh Remarks

Deputies of the European People’s Party (EPP) in the European Parliament have strongly condemned critical statements made by Tamás Deutsch, an MEP of Hungary’s ruling Fidesz, about the group and its leader, but have not expelled him from their ranks, under a decision adopted at a meeting on Wednesday evening. Austrian MEP Othmar Karas initiated […]Continue reading

Their votes, he said, show that Hungarian left wing MEPs want to dismantle those means of protection which have so far spared Hungary from the many problems caused by illegal immigration, flying in the face of the will of the majority of Hungarian citizens.

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