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Orbán wants to approach the EU ytterhöger
"Orbán wants to approach the EU ytterhöger"

"the Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orbán says he will try to find the collaborations with Italy's EU-sceptic and anti-immigration party Lega."

"Thus distancing the Orbán himself further from the christian democratic conservative partigruppen EPP, which closed by his party Fidesz in the EUROPEAN parliament."

"It was, inter alia, major changes to the Hungarian constitution, the new media law that restrict freedom of the press, issues of minority rights and that the university Central European University is no longer able to operate in the country that made that the EPP – which even the Swedish moderate party and the Christian democrats included – in march decided to suspend Fidesz."

"Italy's deputy prime minister Matteo Salvini, who leads the northern league, has said he wants to create a new group for nationalist parties in the EU parliament after the elections in may."

"When Viktor Orbán and Salvini met in Hungary on Thursday had Orbán made it clear that Fidesz need to approach the parties on the outer right wing. He said that Europe needs to be guided by leaders who are critical of migration, and he risade the EPP group to be "

" If we remain a member of the EPP depends on the direction in which the EPP is turning," he said."

"the German Alternative for Germany (AFD), and ytterhögerpartier in other EU countries, has said to be positive to sit in such a nationalist group, but He said if Fidesz would do it."

"– We will decide over our fate. If the EPP bind itself to the european left, then it will be difficult," he said."

"the UNION has launched a lawsuit against Poland over constitutional changes that Brussels believes undermines the separation of political power and the courts. During a speech in Warsaw on Wednesday warned EUROPEAN commission vice-president Jyrki Katainen nettobidragstagaren Poland to see the EU as a "

"In an op-ed in the Politico Europe, said prime minister of Poland Mateusz Morawiecki said on Thursday that the EU through the integrationsförsök liable to damage democracy and that such a stance is"

"Viktor Orbán, born in 1963, has been the prime minister of Hungary since may 2010, when his conservative party Fidesz won over 50 per cent of the votes. Orbán has subsequently been criticized abroad for the tougher pressregler and government control over the courts, but at home has become popular with the help of an improving economy and tough stance against migrants and refugees. He also led the country first as prime minister from 1998 to 2002."

"Fidesz was originally a liberal party, but since 2000 the EU's christian democratic conservative group, the EPP."

"In march, was closed Fidesz from the EPP at the request of other member parties, including the Swedish moderate party and the Christian democrats. Fidesz itself describes it as paused its membership."

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