Vít Dostál was quoted in EurActiv.com in connection to Viktor Orbán's electoral victory.
“The adoption of the Multiannual Financial Framework might prove to be problematic. The V4 may have many things in common, but they might not find a common ground when it comes to conditional spending of the European budget,” said Vít Dostal, a research director at Prague-based think tank AMO.
“Their (V4) cooperation could crash on the issue of the rule of law and spending control – it is without doubt that Orbán uses European funds to gain support of Hungarian oligarchs. In the event of establishing some kind of a control, the V4 might not be capable of working together,” Dostal said.