Hungary’s decision to build a wall against Serbia to stop the flow of immigrants to EU, has made the member of European parliament Anna Hedh (S) see red. The 48-yearold now questions if Hungary should at all be allowed in the union.
I was outright angered. It’s shameful, terrible and maddening what the Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orbán and his right-government are doing. I can hardly believe this is true, says Anna Hedh in a statement.
The Hungarian authorities began the construction of the roughly 112 mile long border fence, facing the Serbian border. Because Orbán pointed to the invasion of immigrants from third world countries made an existential threat against the whole of the west civilized society. The project should lead to Hungary being thrown out of the EU, according to Anna Hedh.
I am questioning if Hungary should at all still be a member of the EU, after this decision. This is another proof that Orbán violates the free rights that EU membership provides. Their politics is another example how people are oppressed in both Hungary and outside of their borders, says the 48-yearold social democrat.
Even the people’s party EU parliamentarians Cicilia Wikström points to Hungary, in which she says goes against the international agreement.
There is no doubt about Hungary distancing itself from Europa and is developing into a autocratically and intolerant country, that goes against the values of the EU-cooperation rests on, says Wikström according to Europortalen. Hungary has in the recent times seen a soaring amount of asylum-seekers from third world countries. Just this year alone, the prediction is close to 80.000 who seek an asylum.