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Orban pens memo calling for EPP reform

February 18th, 2020

Prime Minister Viktor Orban called for a debate within the European People's Party on the future of the EPP in a memorandum sent to the leaders of the grouping, on Tuesday. "The EPP was resolutely pro-democracy, anti-communist, pro-market, anti-Marxist, pro-nation, in favour of building the Union on the basis of nations, pro-subsidiarity, anti-bureaucracy, Christian-inspired, and a committed representative and devotee of the Christian family model and the matrimony of one man and one woman," Orban wrote. "The EPP represented these values courageously, proudly and successfully under the pressure of its opponents, fashion trends and the left-wing liberal media majority." But, he added, by now "everything has changed".


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