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Socialist, Parbeszed MEPs assess past EP cycle

April 15th, 2019

Opposition Socialist and Parbeszed MEPs, canvassing votes on Monday ahead of the European Parliament elections, said they had worked "to accomplish meaningful results for the future of Hungarian voters and the EU" rather than to oppose Prime Minister Viktor Orban's policies per se. At a press conference, Socialist MEP Istvan Ujhelyi and Parbeszed MEP Benedek Javor said during the past five-year cycle, they had served the interests of Hungarian voters and the EU. Ujhelyi, the deputy head of the EP's transport committee, cited transport and tourism projects such as the Free Interrail programme and autonomous transport as examples of his work. Javor, who holds the fourth place on the joint list, said that MEPs should represent the interests of Hungarians in a way that results in a successful and sustainable Europe.


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