The Alliance for MSZP Dialogue is about to prepare for the next European Parliament elections next year and one of the key themes of the campaign will be to join the European Prosecutor's Office – said the co-president of the Dialogue at the Eger press conference.
According to Gergely Karácsony, the most important question is how to make Hungary prepared for EU support to genuinely capture society and strengthen the competitiveness of the economy instead of financing the electric car that "took the country away for the last eight years Democracies European ".
According to the politician, "Hungarian justice does not coincide with law enforcement today, but with crime, there is no institution that can act effectively against political corruption," and the government reveals its intentions when it does everything to join the European Prosecutor's Office. they support the initiation of the act of the Independent Parliamentary Assembly Hadkosy Ákos and collect the signatures supporting accession.
According to Christmas, EU funds are not often addressed to Hungary for Europe: investment is being made, but development spending is "highly centralized" and all this "finances the current corrupt regime that destroys Hungary's possibility of living in Europe." Therefore, in the EP election campaign, action against corruption and a new Europe, which is not an elite of power, but a Europe of peoples, will be a priority. The MSZP dialogue wants to represent the latter's vision in the EP that Hungary should ultimately be among Western democracies, not on the poverty line of a two-speed or empty EU, "he said.
Bertalan Tóth, MSZP president, said in a briefing: Wherever they are in the country, everyone is confronted with problems that say "Fidesians, friends and friends treat the European Union money as if they were." The recent investigation by the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) also showed that the Premier's family also spoke about the "organized crime network" in the Elios case concerning the modernization of municipal public lighting.
The "small fiddle dogs" in the locality prefer to call a common pot in all settlements and enjoy EU funds as such, and that is true in Eger, where more than 1 billion HUF disappeared under the leadership of the former head of the Foundation for Regional Development (HMVTA) that has not been known as friendly business circles to date, "he said. In this regard, MSZP calls for the resignation of relevant public figures and the disclosure of those who have benefited from this money, and the police continue to investigate and to propose that the perpetrators be held accountable, "Tóth said. (MTI)