At the elections this spring, Hungarians said no to the left-wing and lecturing by Brussels, and voted for the fourth time on a right-wing, civic-conservative government, he said. Hidvéghi said during an EP plenary on the report dubbed Existence of a clear risk of a serious breach by Hungary of the values on which the Union is founded that it was shameful and unforgiveable that a significant part of the EP including Hungarian left-wing MEPs were attacking the country with lies, even during a crisis situation caused by the war in Ukraine, and pursue a campaign of false accusations against Hungary. The MEP said the EP was preparing to adopt a report condemning Hungary “under an order by the Hungarian Left”, including a proposal that EU funds should not be paid out to Hungary. The EP should drop its “political witch-hunt against Hungary” and find answers to the problems of “sky-rocketing electricity and gas bills, failing businesses, an impending employment crisis and uncertainty”, Hidvéghi insisted. “We will continue protecting our children and our borders,” he said.