Hungary 'will never accept mandatory quota system' for migrants

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Hungary will hold a referendum on October 2 on whether to accept mandatory EU quotas for relocating migrants. Péter Szijjártó, the Hungarian foreign minister, tells FRANCE 24 why his government is against the scheme. He also reacts to recent comments by his counterpart from Luxembourg, Jean Asselborn, who called for Hungary to be suspended or even expelled from the EU.


Anonymous said...

Immigration is poison. It's not just dangerous to the survival of Europeans, but also to our civil rights as well. Look at countries that have large "immigrant" populations. Almost all of them stifle freedom of speech and restrict the rights of the natives to benefit the colonizers. Look at the Netherlands where the government proposes "reeducation" programs for young Dutch people so they can "better deal" with being a minority and second-class citizen in their own homeland, and also in the Netherlands where police visit Twitter users for saying something deemed offensive.

Farkas1111 said...

Hungary is a Beacon in dark times. Hat's off to Orban!

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