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Tuesday, 2 July 2013 - Strasbourg Revised edition

Situation of fundamental rights: standards and practices in Hungary (debate)

  Lívia Járóka (PPE), in writing. Regrettably, the report contains a multitude of factual errors, logical fallacies, one-sided half-truths and politically loaded judgments or misleading omissions. As an example, I would like to evoke the paragraphs suggesting that hate crimes have multiplied since the current government took office, but fail to mention the 2008-2009 serial killings against Roma which happened during the previous, socialist government. Placing these paragraphs amongst evaluations of government measures unacceptably links intolerance and racism with the Hungarian Government – which must be firmly rejected – yet there is no mention of the achievements in this field, such as the banning of right-wing paramilitary groups, criminalising Holocaust-denial and hate speech, establishing the Holocaust Remembrance Day, or introducing Roma and Jewish history into the national curricula. Paragraphs on minorities also fail to take account of the positive measures taken for the social inclusion of Roma, such as the Framework Agreement on Cooperation with the National Roma Self-Government (the only one in Europe defining specific numerical commitments and deadlines), or the provision that as from 1 July, Hungarian local governments can only receive financial support if they have an appropriate equal opportunities programme in effect.

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