According to Csaba Tabajdi the measures aimed at punishing the Hungarian people would be unfair. The leader of MSZP’s EP delegation has called attention in a statement to the fact that the suspension of subsidies from the EU cohesion fund could lead to the formation of an anti-EU front of unity among Hungarians.
Csaba Tabajdi has objected in a statement against the fact that the European Comission plans to suspend the subsidies from the EU cohesion fund. According to the leader of MSZP’s EP-delegation “an anti-EU union front could be formed in the Hungarian society”.
The member of MSZP said: he turned to EP president Martin Schulz and to Hungarian EC member László Andor for this issue. “I will ask Martin Schulz and László Andor to make use of their influence to make the European Commission take into account the EP’s last week’s resolution, and to immediately back down. The Orbán government can be criticized, but it’s unacceptable to punish the Hungarian people” – Tabajdi’s statement reads.
“We consider even the proposal itself as an unreasonable, bad political decision, which is unfair against Hungarian citizens. This decision would punish the Hungarian local governments, the Hungarian people and the Hungarian entrepreneurs instead of the Orbán government” – stressed Tabajdi while reacting to an EC spokesman’s announcement about proposing the suspension of the cohesion subsidies within the excessive deficit procedure initiated by the EU’s proposing-executive institution.
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