Forbidding gay parade is unacceptable
Arrording to the Member of European Parliament (MEP) and member of the Hungarian socialist delegation in the European Parliament, Kinga Göncz said that the action of forbidding the Hungarian gay parade by the Budapest Police Departement (common Hungarian abbreviation: BRFK) was unacceptable.
The Hungarian member of the European Parliament added that Hungary assumed to protect and save fundamental rights, human rights and to honour common European values. The Hungarian gay demonstration called Budapest Pride ought to be organized in July 2012 in the heart of the Hungarian capitol Budapest. MEP Kinga Göncz also added that it was unacceptable that the Budapest Police Departement (BRFK) was motivated to forbid the gay pride demonstation by the fact that the gay procession would cause traffic jams in the central of Budapest. MEP Göncz finnally added that the same decision by the police last year was annulled by court and that the police should not forbid but it should protect the Budapest Pride.
Hungarian minority can influence the European integration of Serbia
Arrording to Csaba Tabajdi, Member of European Parliament (MEP) and head of the Hungarian socialist delegation in the European Parliament (EP) the political party of the Hungarian national minority in Serbia can play an extremely important part in the process of integration to the European Union by Serbia. The head of the Hungarian Socialist delegation said that the case of the amendment of the recompensation law in Serbia was a very important issue to Hungarians and specially to the Alliance of Hungarians in Serbia (common Hungarian abbreviation: VMSZ). MEP Tabajdi underlined that the positive achievement of the above mentioned issue was helping Serbia to go ahead at the path of European integration. Tabajdi finnally praised the cooperation of Hungarian democratic parties in this issue after an appointment with the leader of the Alliance of Hungarians in Serbia (VMSZ), István Pásztor.