Hungary vetoed the budget from European Union 2021-2027 and the recovery fund after coronavirus because they would have forced her to accept commitments in immigration, said on Wednesday Prime Minister Viktor Orban. Hungary, With Poland, vetoed both the budget As the recovery plan on Monday, arguing that the budget law included a clause that conditions access to money to respect for the rule of law.
Orban is a staunch opponent of the mass immigration arguing that it dilutes the national and European identity and the EU has initiated a procedure against Hungary for violating the democratic norms. “After accepting the current proposal, there will be no barrier to link the disbursement of funds to member states to support immigration and blackmail countries that oppose immigration with budgetary sanctions,” Orban said in a statement released by the agency. state news MTI.
The budget and the recovery package they do not have any specific clause on immigration, and political analysts said Orban’s comments were intended to shore up support among his domestic voters by again using anti-immigration rhetoric.