István Vágó: Perhaps it is more understandable to classify Hungary according to the corruption order of the world
Let’s start at the beginning. One of the characteristics of corruption is that it is hidden, invisible. It can be treated as a fact if it is proven and brought to light.
What you have called corruption is actually just an opinion, and not a legally precisely derived fact, based on arguments and evidence. For example, the stadium was not built with catch-up funds. It’s true that you need such biases. When an NGO sets up a corruption ranking, it is not based on facts, but on opinions, but you also need this distortion.
It is completely normal for domestic companies to receive EU funds. How else should domestic companies develop, since without a reference they will not receive orders from the West. every other country operates on the same protectionist basis.
And one more thing. The vast majority of people do not see how the economy works. When he hears the opinion of the opposition, he does not see the basis of its reality in the same way as the basis of the government’s opinion. So the question remains, who does someone consider more authentic. And in this field, the opposition is doing worse.
And if it is corruption, then I will say that in the European Parliament you can not only buy favorable decisions for an external country, but also that such and such NGOs write unilaterally based reports about a country. What they then use as a basis to launch a campaign against us on an ideological basis, kicking up the contracts and pushing aside the community powers.