Italy's interior Minister Salvini wants to forge after the European elections, a new Law-Foreign Alliance. The party of Hungary's head of government, Orban belongs to - still - the EPP. Both met in Hungary and were demonstrative in agreement.
Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orban is urging the conservative European people's party (EPP), with the new Right-Outside-the Alliance of the Italian Northern League chief Matteo Salvini to cooperate. Europe need parties like that of Salvini, said Orban - "young, fresh forces". He will work with Salvini's Northern League, in what Form is still open.
Orban had received Salvini in Hungary. At a joint press conference, Orban said: "the Crucial thing is, who is responsible for the Migration, and who is against it." The parties to the left of the EPP, however, be used for the Migration, the right of the EPP, including the Salvini's planned Alliance. The EPP must seek, therefore, the cooperation with Salvini's Block.
Salvini, who is also the Minister of the interior of his country, wants to organize at the end of the month, a Right-Outside Alliance with the name of "European Alliance of peoples and Nations". The course of the AfD, the Austrian FPÖ and the Rassemblement National of the French woman Marine Le Pen said already.
Demonstrative Agreement - also at the press conference, Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orban (right) and Italy's Minister of the interior Matteo Salvini."No way back in the EPP"
Orban's ruling party Fidesz belongs to the European Parliament so far, the EPP group - as well as the CDU and the CSU. The membership of Fidesz, however, was suspended due to Orban's anti-European policy in March.
The CSU had been looking for long time close to Orban's, distancing itself, in the meantime, but increasingly from him. CSU leader Markus Söder said, if you look at the far-right Alliance of Salvini and others to look at, have the stated aim to destabilize Europe, to take Orban with Salvini "more than a normal state visit." He was "unfortunately a harbinger of a bad development". CDU-Chef Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer warned Orban before a further lurch to the right. He should make this decision, "it is for him and the Fidesz no way back in the EPP".