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Intervention at the 29th ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly 2015. 06. 17.

Intervention at the 29th ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly

Kinga Gál MEP welcomed the report on culture and human rights during the 29th ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly. The MEP raised the attention to the importance of safegurading vulnerable groups such as ethnic and linguistic minorities, religious minorities and children.
The Minority Intergroup debated the case of "Székely Mikó College" 2015. 04. 30.

The Minority Intergroup debated the case of "Székely Mikó College"

The Minority Intergroup chaired by Ms Kinga Gal MEP discussed the current issues affecting the Hungarian national community from Transylvania, in particular the churches’ problems regarding the restitution of their properties that were confiscated in the communist regime.
We can’t wait for Brussels 2015. 04. 29.

We can’t wait for Brussels

Immigration attempts with tragic outcome confront Europe time to time with the question of illegal immigration. While the proportion of the immigrants has become twenty times higher in two years, the EU isn’t capable of reaching an agreement on the effective administration/management of the immigration.

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Standing up for Hungary



"Again and again there was a serious worry and concern about what is going on, about the rule of law in Hungary in general, without having one concrete single case of fundamental rights infringement or freedom of expression infringement where you could say that the rule of law did not function, where the courts did not work properly or the Constitutional Court did not act.


On the contrary, the court rulings prove - and look at the case of Klubrádió which was mentioned during the last debate -, that the courts are ruling independently. This is also the case if you look at the rulings of the Constitutional Court. They can't be regarded as pro-government or non-independent rulings.  I don't understand why it is always questioned the rule of law if it is evidence - evidence that is showed today and is incorporated in all these working documents - that actually each institution is doing its work properly in Hungary. (...)


This is why I would like to ask you cooperate and try to find an adequate understanding of what is going on in Hungary and maybe more good will in approaching this whole process."


Kinga Gál MEP

Debate in the LIBE Committee

Brussels, 7th March 2013

Fidesz MEPs

MEPs outside Hungary