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Debates
Tuesday, 11 September 2018 - Strasbourg Revised edition

The situation in Hungary (debate)
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  James Carver (NI). – Thank you, Mr President, for hearing my point of order. I rise as one of the four Members of the European Parliament who are from the Roma minority, and could I honourably remind Members that Lívia Járóka, one of the Fidesz MEPs, is one of the other four Roma MEPs. She sits on the right of politics and not all Roma are necessarily on the left of politics, just like all people within society, and all this talk of anti-Roma ... Mr Orbán has a Roma MEP who sits as a vice-president of the European Parliament.

 
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