MEPs last night voted heavily in favour of taking sanctions against the state for a “serious and persistent” breach in EU values including accepting migration quotas.
These sanctions could involve reducing voting rights for EU diplomats, known around Brussels as the “nuclear option”.
MEPs have become increasingly frustrated at Prime Minister Viktor Orban and his lack of respect for European Union institutions, such as free movement.
Now MEPs appear to have lost patience with Hungary and have voted to start taking action against the rogue state.
Viktor Orban has consistently infuriated Eurocrats due to his actions
While reducing voting rights is unlikely, the bloc has nonetheless blasted Hungary as being in “serious and persistent breach” of its ethics including.
Eurocrats explained last night this included “respect for human dignity, freedom, democracy, equality, the rule of law and respect for human rights”.