‘George Soros-type seance’: Orban mocks EU opposition to Hungary’s anti-migrant law | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


‘George Soros-type seance’: Orban mocks EU opposition to Hungary’s anti-migrant law

The decision by the European Commission to target Hungary’s anti-migrant law is just political theatre aimed at appeasing billionaire and political activist George Soros, Prime Minister Viktor Orban has suggested.
Launched against controversial legislation which criminalizes organizing and facilitating illegal migration into the country, the EU proceedings are a “George Soros-type seance, an election rally, a campaign event,” Orban said in an interview with Hungary’s national radio station.

He accused Frans Timmermans, who is currently the first Vice-President of the European Commission, of being “Soros’ man,” adding that the Hungarian-American businessman – reviled by Orban – is “now open about wanting to take over European institutions.”

The European Commission issued guidance on legislation, known as the Stop Soros law, to the Hungarian government last week, claiming that the bill hampers those who wish to legally seek asylum in Hungary. If Budapest does not revise the law within the next two months, the Commission could bring the case before the EU Court of Justice.

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