While the European Union is eager to condemn countries like Iran, Iraq, Burma for human rights violation, it remains silent about police brutality in Hungary--a member of the European Union.
At the opening session of the EU parliament, the assembly condemned third world countries for human rights violations, but remained silent when Krisztina Morvai called the assembly's attention to the atrocities that the criminal Gyurcsany regime has been committing against its own people on the ongoing basis.
Furthermore, this very same assembly promoted Kinga Goncz the bloody handed ex-Minister of Foreign Affairs into the position of vice-chairwoman of the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs.
The images below give you an idea what happened during the 2006 unrest, when the regime ordered police to shoot protesters indiscriminately.
There is no doubt that the Gyurcsany regime is guilty of crimes against humanity and the EU should investigate the 2006 unrest before worrying about human rights violation in other countries, otherwise, it looses its credibility completely.