Hungary, Poland unite to oppose EU budget

HUNGARIAN and Polish leaders yesterday maintained their opposition to the European Union’s proposals for its long-term budget and coronavirus recovery package, insisting the funds must be separated from rule-of-law conditions.

Speaking after a meeting with his Polish counterpart Mateusz Morawiecki, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said: “The proposal on the table is unacceptable for Hungary”, dismissing the proposed rule of law protections as instead representing “the rule of the majority”.
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