The article from 2020-11-26 by Bankier.pl examines the problem of rule of law mechanism and veto over the EU budget. Furthermore, touches on the problem of political confrontation between the EU member states, namely Hungary and Germany. In text weighs the pros and cons of the rule of law and the veto over the EU budget. The above text is an interview with a German journalist and Hungarian Prime Minister. The first part of the article notes the fact that the issue of veto power for the EU budget has reached its maximum level of escalation. It is also worth noting that the Hungarian Prime Minister is quite radical on this issue in relation to German policy. In addition, to explain the problem, the actions of Hungary and Germany are compared with trains going into a collision. Another dilemma faced by the interviewees is the question of political will and the extent to which they respond to the policy of the German side. The author of the article notes the words of the prime minister, where he compares his actions with a grenade, and Germany policy with an atomic bomb. It also emphasizes the insufficiently strong influence of one person to change the situation as a whole. Moving on to the concluding part of the article, it should be noted that despite all the criticality of the position of the Prime Minister, Hungary does not consider the scenario of leaving the EU, but only seeks to resolve the current situation by legal means. To summarize the author of an article on the problem between the rule of law and the veto over the budget in the EU. The text contains the opinion of the Prime Minister on this issue and his attitude to the current situation.