Josef hírek

2012.01.14. 19:33

Jobbik initiates special parliamentary session

Budapest, January 12 (MTI) - The radical nationalist Jobbik party proposed on Thursday that parliament should hold an extraordinary session next Monday to discuss the possible consequences of the "ultimatum" Hungary had received from the European Commission, the party said in a statement.

Budapest, January 12 (MTI) - The radical nationalist Jobbik party proposed on Thursday that parliament should hold an extraordinary session next Monday to discuss the possible consequences of the "ultimatum" Hungary had received from the European Commission, the party said in a statement.

In a letter addressed to other parliamentary group leaders, Jobbik chair Gabor Vona said that Hungary s sovereignty was exposed to a serious threat as the country "received from the EU s Brussels headquarters such a menacing message that had been unprecedented since the withdrawal of Soviet troops."

 

Vona initiated consultations with the other parties as special sessions can only be initiated by at least one fifths of deputies, a threshold Jobbik cannot clear alone.

 

The main opposition Socialist party also proposed a special session on Wednesday for a different purpose. The Socialists said the legislature should amend laws that have come under criticism by the European Union, namely the stability and central bank laws, regulations concerning the retirement of judges and reinstating the data protection ombudsman into his office.

 

Jobbik said on Wednesday that it did not support the Socialist proposal "in this form and with these items on the agenda."

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