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Torochkay announces formation of new far-right party family

Torochkay announces formation of new far-right party family

A party alliance could include up to twenty-eight MEPs from nine countries.

Our new European party family and European Parliament faction will be born in a matter of minutes, and I am already here in the European Parliament, where we will sign the founding declaration.

Advertise Laszlo Toroczkai Mi Hazánk's chairman said on Wednesday afternoon on the social platform X. He added that the name of the new party alliance is Europe of Sovereign States. He also said:

The party's alliance includes twenty-eight MEPs from nine countries, but according to him, there could be more joining.

The party chairman stated that SOS Romania's membership was denied by the party union at the request of Mi Hazanc.

SOS Romania is one of the far-right parties that has been difficult for the Hungarian far right to find a voice with, because it is well known for its actions against the ethnic Hungarian minority in Romania, and one of its goals is to “regain” Greater Romania. At the end of last year, for example, the party leader, Diana Suswaka He made a serious outburst in the Romanian Senate over the display of the Székely flag and declared: “Székelyland does not exist, Romania is indivisible!”

We succeeded, which Fidesz did not succeed in.

– László Toroczkai assessed the situation, which he explained by the fact that the Romanian AUR, also considered anti-Hungarian, was finally accepted into the European Conservatives and Reformists (ECR) alliance. Fides A Georgia Meloni The European Council for Reform, led by the Italian prime minister, did not include him in its ranks after all, and then began organizing another far-right party coalition, the Patriots for Europe family, of which the Hungarian ruling party also became a member, and as such will be the third-largest faction in the European Parliament.

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According to Laszlo Toroczkai, members of the latest right-wing European party alliance support Mi Hazanek.

  • Alternative for Germany (AFD),
  • Bulgarian Renaissance,
  • Polish Federation,
  • Spain's “The Party Is Over” Party (SALF),
  • Slovak Republic,
  • In France Reconquest,
  • Lithuanian Union of People and Justice
  • The Czech Party of Freedom and Direct Democracy (SPD).
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