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2019. május 26. 07:26

MSZP Collects 75,000 Signatures for Joining European Public Prosecutor’s Office

MSZP Collects 75,000 Signatures for Joining European Public Prosecutor’s Office
The alliance of the Hungarian Socialist Party and Dialogue collected the most supportive signatures for Hungary joining the European Public Prosecutor's Office, said Bertalan Tóth, when he handed over the tens of thousands of forms to the launcher of the initiative Ákos Hadházy.
It is no coincidence that the government does not want to join the European Public Prosecutor's Office, as the source from which they maintain the corruption background network and the media empire would run out, ”said Bertalan Tóth at a press conference after the debate that Minister László Trócsányi refused to attend. The president of MSZP spoke at Móricz Zsigmond Square, where he and his activists came with countless paper boxes. As for their content, he said that MSZP took the request of Ákos Hadházy seriously and, in addition to their own campaign actions, continuously collected signatures supporting Hungary joining the European Public Prosecutor's Office. The results of this are those 75,000 signatures in the boxes, which MSZP contributes to the fight of Hadházy’s movement. Through this, the alliance of the Hungarian Socialist Party and Dialogue is the one to support the initiative with the most signatures, by which they would like to show their commitment to the European Public Prosecutor's Office, underlined Bertalan Tóth. He noted that if the European Union was thinking of ways to prevent Viktor Orbán and his team from stealing EU money, the answer is that the subsidies should be made conditional on the Member State joining the European Public Prosecutor's Office. This would prevent the rule of law from deteriorating, as well as halt the operation of the propaganda machine that misleads the Hungarian electorate and fuels the corruption system. MSZP will also represent this initiative in the European Parliament.
 
Ákos Hadházy thanked MSZP for the signatures. He described the background of his initiative stating that it was clearly visible today that Orbán wanted to come to power in 2010 to steal EU funds. He has to continue to maintain his power because by now he has stolen so much money that he’d be facing imprisonment if he lost. The independent parliamentarian emphasized that they did not want to withdraw EU subsidies from the country, but achieve that no EU money comes in without criminal control, available for theft.
 

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