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House Speaker Kövér: Hungary Wants to Stay ‘Hungarian Country’

MTI-Hungary Today 2021.06.25.

Addressing a conference on the subject of the constitution on Friday, House Speaker László Kövér referred to Hungary’s basic law as a “historic document” with the message that “Hungary wants to stay a Hungarian country”.

Kövér told the event organised by the Hungarian Lawyers’ Association in the supreme court building that according to the constitution, Hungarians “want to live in an able and self-governing state, as a nation preserving its identity, and in a democratic rule of law”.

“This message is not losing its force as time goes by but is getting stronger, and the responses draw a clear, political line between those trying to enforce the nation and democracy and those that seek to destroy them,” Kövér said.

House Speaker Kövér: "This opposition is not part of the Hungarian nation but a servant to that world elite"
House Speaker Kövér:

The Hungarian left-liberal opposition is part of a “globalist network working against the nation”, feeding Western European propagandists with fake news and slander, House Speaker László Kövér said in an interview to pro-Fidesz weekly Demokrata. Regarding Hungarian legislation to contain the novel coronavirus epidemic, foreign objections and criticisms were “one and the same” as the […]Continue reading

László Trócsányi, MEP of ruling Fidesz, said that the constitution “answers the questions of who we are, where we come from and where we are going”.

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