Ministry of Justice

László Trócsányi

Minister of Justice

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We have sent our replies to the European Commission

Ministry of Justice, August 14, 2017 4:45 PM

Hungary sent its replies to the European Commission in the infringement procedures instituted on account of the NGO law and the higher education legislation on Monday, and in these we demonstrated that the restrictions which the Commission found objectionable are necessary and proportionate, the Parliamentary State Secretary of the Ministry of Justice said at his press conference held in Budapest.

European Court also working towards implementation of Soros plan

Ministry of Justice, July 26, 2017 3:58 PM

According to the Parliamentary State Secretary of the Ministry of Justice, all EU institutions, including the European Court, are working towards the implementation of the Soros plan.

We stand by border closure against György Soros

Ministry of Justice, July 19, 2017 11:35 AM

Hungary stands by the closure of the border against György Soros, and by doing so Hungary equally protects Europe’s Schengen borders and the country itself, protects public security, and provides assistance with preventing acts of terrorism that affect Western-European countries, the Parliamentary State Secretary of the Justice Ministry spoke about this at his press conference held on 18 July 2017.

The Government will not bow to pressure and insists on transparency

Ministry of Justice, July 13, 2017 4:20 PM

A response to the announcement by the European Commission on the infringement proceedings. Statement by Deputy Minister Pál Völner.

The European Commission is holding a show trial

Ministry of Justice, July 13, 2017 2:12 PM

According to Deputy Justice Minister Pál Völner, the European Commission is holding a kind of show trial with regard to the quota, in view of the fact that it has not launched infringement proceedings against every state that is not conforming to the related resolution. “The standpoint of the Commission is ‘in line with the will of George Soros’, who wants Brussels to adopt his own migration plan”, he highlighted.

Ruling on quota case expected in early autumn

Ministry of Justice, July 12, 2017 9:58 AM

The Hungarian Government will be sending a written reply to the European Commission this week concerning the infringement proceedings launched by Brussels with relation to the fact that Hungary is refusing to implement the EU directives on quotas, Deputy Justice Minister Pál Völner said in a statement for Hungarian daily Magyar Idők.

The V4 has considerably more substance than it used to

Ministry of Justice, July 5, 2017 10:53 AM

“Today, the Visegrád Group (V4) has considerably more substance than it used to and is an important forum that is capable of highlighting both its cooperation with the European Union and the importance of the fact that the diverse requirements of regions must not be trampled on”, Deputy Justice Minister Pál Völner told Hungarian news agency MTI at an event in Vienna to mark the Hungarian presidency of the Visegrád Group.

Hungary will not open its doors

Ministry of Justice, June 27, 2017 10:58 AM

“The European Court of Justice is under huge pressure in the quota case; those with the intention of influencing the Court would like the body to dismiss the arguments put forward by Hungary and Slovakia”, Deputy Justice Minister Pál Völner said in an interview for Hungarian daily Magyar Idők published on Tuesday, in which he declared: “Hungary will not open its doors to illegal immigrants”.

Migrant families should be reunited in their homelands

Ministry of Justice, June 20, 2017 1:36 PM

Parliamentary State Secretary at the Ministry of Justice Pál Völner has responded to a statement on Monday by Nils Muižnieks, the Council of Europe’s Commissioner for Human Rights. Mr. Muižnieks said that European countries should remove barriers to the reunification of migrant families. In response, Mr. Völner has told Hungarian daily Magyar Hírlap that Hungary also supports the reunification of migrant families – but in their homelands, not in Europe.