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A representative of the Romanian far-right AUR party wants to see Fidesz in the European Council

A representative of the Romanian far-right AUR party wants to see Fidesz in the European Council

Shortly after Viktor Orbán described Romania's far-right party as an obstacle to the unification of European right-wing forces, the Romanian party made a conciliatory gesture.

Claudio Tarzio EP-képviselő A For a politician He talked about the fact that the European Conservatives and Reformists (ECR) family is still open to Fidesz.

“We have always sided with the larger faction. We have reached an impasse, and the dialogue must continue at the highest level. But I think the door is still open,” said the politician, who said the problem was caused by a lack of communication between the two parties.


Claudius Tarzio

Photography: Patricia de Mello Moreira/AFP

The AUR (Uniting Romanians) party achieved 14% in this year's European Parliament elections, making it the second strongest Romanian party. After six of their representatives joined the ERC, Fidesz faction leader Matej Kocsis wrote that Fidesz did not want to join the ERC faction, because “there is no doubt that the party sits in the same faction as the staunchly anti-Hungarian Romanian AUR party.”

Meanwhile, the European Reform Party has become the third largest faction in the European Parliament after overtaking the liberal Renewal Group. Orban previously said he would be happy if representatives of Fidesz could join the European Council.

After the European Parliament elections, he personally negotiated with the leader of the party family, Giorgia Meloni, but the Italian Prime Minister rejected Fidesz. However, the decision may not be final, as Orbán met Meloni again on Monday in Rome

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