Orbán said in an interview to public radio that this was to Hungary’s detriment. Only after the European parliamentary election would the situation change, he added. Whereas the European Union justified repressive measures against European citizens by citing the fight against money laundering, the European Commission “is giving anonymous bank cards to people we don’t know … and many of them become terrorists and criminals,” he said. “The rightful question is, why is this happening and where does the money come from,” he said. Fidesz MEPs are investigating the matter, he added. Referring to the “migrant visa”, Orbán said: “This is the kind of slippery slope which could again lead to a broken Europe.” He said the EP had already voted the measure down, but it is now on the agenda again and “they want to push it down our throats.” The prime minister said European politicians who are about to lose their mandates are “panicking” about the issues close to their hearts and they are rushing to conclude the migration issue.