The Hungarian news agency MTI reported that the prime ministers of Hungary and Poland will meet with the leaders of the Italian right-wing coalition on Thursday to discuss the establishment of a new European political union.
The talks between Hungarian Prime Minister Orban, Italian League leader Salvini and Polish Prime Minister Moravich will be held in Budapest. MTI quoted Orban’s communications chief as saying that they will discuss the formation of a new coalition that includes the coalition, Orban’s ruling party Fidesz, and Poland’s ruling Law and Justice Party (PiS).
Fidesz left the European People’s Party (EPP) in early March, the pan-European center-right major group that was suspended two years ago for being criticized as an authoritarian policy.
Orban’s nationalist policy is more suitable for European groups with smaller EPP rights, such as Eurosceptics from the European Conservative and Reformist (ECR) group, which includes the Polish PiS or right-wing Identity and Democracy (ID) groups, which include French nationals. Parliament and the Italian Union.
Orban said that he has talked with like-minded parties about the establishment of a new political alliance, and Fides is negotiating with conservative political forces to seek to establish a new club in the European Parliament.
He said the goal is to build a political home for Fidesz and similar forces in Europe, who are unwilling to accept immigrants and want to protect traditional families. Orban is about to hold elections in 2022, and the opposition has united against him for the first time.