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Fidesz, govt stand up for Hungary, says Orban

The co-ruling Fidesz party and the government has always stood up for Hungary and will continue to do so under any circumstances, party leader and Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Sunday.

Created: 4th July, 2011 15:14
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Orban told a Fidesz congress following his reelection as party chairman that he had stood up for Hungary "also against the international and Hungarian left-wing." "The politics pursued by the Hungarian and international Socialists is simple: democracy only exists if they are on government," Orban said.  The Fidesz government has stood up for the country when it was subjected to ignoble attacks in Europe, and made it clear that nobody has the right to interfere or lecture Hungary, he added.  "We have stood up for the people when we introduced bank and crisis taxes instead of austerity measures (…), when we calmly and peacefully bid farewell to the IMF," Orban said.
   

The government demonstrated its determination to stand up for the people when protesting law enforcement workers were told that "nobody, even they cannot demand unjustified advantages and privileges," he added.  "We stood up and will continue to stand up to ensure that words and deeds have consequences and we therefore insist on calling to account those responsible for damage," Orban said.
    
The party is ready to fight its greatest battle ever, to face the mistakes of the past and those who still defend them, Orban said. "Some people have profiteered while others lost the fruit of their work, some have made a fortune from driving the country into debts up to its neck," Orban said. "Some people want to divert Hungary from the path of the future to the Greek path, but Fidesz is determined to go along the path of the future," he added.
   
 In his assessment of Hungary's European Union presidency, Orban said the work has been done and attacks have been rebutted. "We have given out some smacks and slaps to boisterous arguers in the European Parliament," he added. The government will overcome the country's indebtedness and in order to do so, all capable people will be summoned back to work, Orban said. Instead of benefits, they will be given work, he added.
    
The government will eliminate privileges and unjustified advantages and make sure that "only those will succeed who deserve it", Orban said.

(MTI-fidesz.hu)
 
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