What is left of Europe is in Central Europe
Representatives of the Hungarian Center for Fundamental Rights and its Polish partner organisation Ordo Iuris met over the weekend in Warsaw. They agreed with their Czech, Slovak and Italian partners to expand European cooperation between conservative forces. The two organisations aim to stand up for the idea of inalienable rights, such as sovereignty, normality, common sense and the common good conferred by the order of nature, by creating a pan-European network of think-tanks capable of representing the idea of “God , home, family” with appropriate gravity in political debates regarding the future of Europe.
The Hungarian Center for Fundamental Rights and its Polish partner organisation Ordo Iuris held a meeting over the weekend in Warsaw, where their members agreed to expand cooperation between conservative forces in Europe. The meeting was held with the involvement of conservative organisations from the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Italy, which also agreed to join the existing cooperation in the coming days. Last year, the Hungarian and the Polish partners agreed to set up a pan-European network of think-tanks capable of representing the idea of “God, home and family” with appropriate gravity during political debates regarding the future of Europe.
The Warsaw meeting is of particular importance, also because the European Union has recently launched a dialogue on the future of Europe.
During the meeting with Ordo Iuris and the other partners, Center for Fundamental Rights Director Miklos Szantho said that
“what is left of Europe is found in Central Europe, as there are still resources in this region that can be drawn on to counter today s non-Europe”.
Miklos Szantho also announced that the alliance for the international cooperation of conservative forces will be institutionalised in the coming days. The clear objective is to stand up for the idea of sovereignty, normalcy, common sense, common good, and inalienable rights bestowed onto us by the order of nature. “Because together we are a force, apart we are weakness,” he stressed.
Jerzy Kwasniewski, President of Ordo Iuris, welcomed the successful cooperation between the two organisations implemented so far and the intention of new partners to join the cooperation. Western civilisation is in crisis, Kwasniewski noted.
“We strongly reject using various international institutions as an instrument to suppress European societies and force alien ideologies,” he added.
We would like to welcome Czech, Slovak and Italian partners at the next meeting of the forming alliance slated to take place next summer in Budapest, said the strategic director of Center for Fundamental Rights, who also attended the talks.
“Together, we will strive to represent a Europe governed by sovereign states. Europe must turn into an area of freedom and renewal for real civil society,” the strategic director stressed.