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Gulyas accuses EC of hypocrisy on migration

May 2nd, 2019

Gergely Gulyas, the head of the Prime Minister's Office, on Thursday accused the European Commission of hypocrisy on the issue of illegal migration, saying it had failed to sanction member states that had fallen foul of their duty to protect the EU's external borders. Asked in an interview with the Friends of Hungary Foundation's Ungarn Heute blog about the EC's rejection of the charge that it had taken away member states' power to formulate migration policies, Gulyas said the commission was "not practising what it preaches". So far, there have been no consequences for a member state breaching its obligation to protect the bloc's external borders, he said, adding that the EC was also trying to push through a migrant distribution quota scheme "benefitting people applying for asylum instead of refugees".


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