The Hungarian parliament approved the resolution demanding the limitation of the powers of the European Parliament.
“Report” informs about this with reference to “Interfax”.
The resolution was adopted by the votes of the deputies of the ruling Fidesz party. The resolution proposes to give the parliaments of the European Union (EU) countries the power to veto any bill proposed at the EU level, thereby limiting the legislative powers of the European Parliament.
The deputies also suggested to the European Parliament that the deputies should be elected by voting in the national parliaments and not entrust their fate to the voters. The authors of the resolution propose to give the parliaments and governments of individual countries of the bloc the right to initiate legislative procedures at the EU level.
Hungarian MPs also propose to ban future financial debts from the EU, to limit the degree of integration of countries into the EU structure at the legal level, and to establish in documents the concepts of “Christian roots and culture” as the basis of the European Union.