VIENNA – Hungary gets support from neighbouring Austria. The European Parliament wants the European Union is the heaviest criminal proceedings bet against Hungary. That can ultimately ensure that Hungary’s voting rights in Europe to lose it. The Austrian populist party FPÖ has doubts whether the process was in accordance with the rules is gone.
FPÖ-leader Heinz-Christian Strache, who as vice-chancellor, the second man in the Austrian government, it is on to Budapest.
FPÖ-leader Heinz-Christian Strache, who as vice-chancellor, the second man in the Austrian government, it is on to Budapest. The Austrian minister of Foreign Affairs, Brussels has asked to look or the decision of the European Parliament are legitimate, said Strache Sunday against Austrian media.
The vote in the European Parliament was a two-thirds majority needed. If we only consider for and nays, that succeeded. But according to Austria and Hungary, should also be the people who are abstaining from voting, will be counted. And then there is no sufficient majority.
The largest party in the Austrian coalition, the conservative ÖVP, voted for the procedure against Hungary.