In recent days, the Hungarian government has started to distribute the 13th government questionnaire to the citizens of Hungary, which is part of the so-called national consultation. In this questionnaire, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s cabinet focuses on questions related to the protection of Hungary’s sovereignty. With the appeal, the TASR reporter in Budapest informs about it on the hirado.hu server.
An intensive awareness campaign is also underway, the aim of which is to have as many people as possible express their opinion about the issues defining Hungary’s security, economy and sovereignty, writes the server.
On Friday, the government also presented a campaign in this context with a poster featuring a photo of European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and Alexander Soros, the son of György Soros, the current president of the Open Society Foundation, with the following slogan: “Don’t dance while they whistle.”
The campaign by podlas servera szeretlekmagyarorszag.hu could be a breaking point in the relationship between the Hungarian government and Brussels. “The Orbán government has been negotiating with the EC for months in order to lift the freeze of billions of euros intended for Hungary, which the European Union suspended due to concerns about compliance with the principles of the rule of law in Budapest,” said a high-ranking source on Saturday (11/18), according to which the campaign is toho, the government has already given up access to Brussels financial resources.
The second Orbán government introduced a national consultation in the form of questionnaires sent to citizens in 2010. Since then, Hungarians have had little opportunity to express themselves in this form on questions of pensions, the constitution, the social sphere and the minimum wage. In the questionnaire “Zastavme Brusels!”, let’s talk about issues of terrorism, migration, immigration policy and the European Union. Last year, the last two questionnaires were devoted to the coronavirus pandemic and EU sanctions against Russia.
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