After the October 2 referendum on forced resettlement of migrants in EU member states there will be a major fight in Brussels involving changes in immigration rules said Prime Minister Viktor Orbán before arriving the Kötcse Civil Picnic.
The European Commission has to change two rules: 1.unlimited migrant distribution among member states, and 2. the decision to facilitate family reunification, which would multiply the number immigrants arriving in the European Union said the prime minister.
Those supporting the changes at the moment are in the minority; therefore, after the October 2 referendum we must engage in a life and death struggle to change those rules - I can't even say definitely that we are going to succeed added the prime minister.
The referendum is a national affair, it is about the future of Hungary. Hungarian citizens who do not vote, give others the right to decide for them in important issues, and have to accept the decision of others he added.
In my speech, I will argue that Hungary must remain part of the European Union, however, the European Union must be changed in order to make people feel at home in it.
The Kötcse Civil Picnic is attended by prominent thinkers, doctors, engineers, and scientists. I'll ask them to explain gently, and calmly to the people the issues at stakes in the referendum and the importance of voting as we intend to actively engage in the referendum campaign said the prime minister to journalists before arriving the Kötcse Civil Picnic.
(Notes: The globalist opposition, the fake left-wing parties, Hungarophobes and the enemies of the nation in general are already campaigning against the referendum urging their supporters to boycott the vote. These assets can’t digest the fact that the overwhelming majority of the population supporting the government’s position on mandatory quotas. The globalist parties and the controlled mainstream media started a dirty anti-referendum campaign trying to convince TV-watchers about the uselessness of the referendum; they are arguing that the referendum is not legally binding hoping that if enough people stay at home the referendum becomes invalid, which fact later can be used against the Orbán government.)
(MTI – hungarianambiance.com)