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Hungary & Poland veto EU budget aimed at punishing states that defy globalist dogma

Hungary & Poland veto EU budget aimed at punishing states that defy globalist dogma.

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Hungary and Poland veto 7-year EU budget over ‘rule of law’ provision

Hungary and Poland veto 7-year EU budget over ‘rule of law’ provision

The European Union’s 2021-2027 budget has been vetoed by member states Hungary and Poland over a provision that meant countries could only receive EU money if they observed the rule of law.

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Erik Nielsen
Erik Nielsen
November 21, 2020

Great.

oldandjaded
November 22, 2020

Yes, but wth did these people think they were signing up for when they joined the EU? They knew DAMN WELL they were surrendering their national sovereignty to a Fascist/Globalist regime…Cry me a river.

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