As a result of the decisive victory of "No" votes in Sunday's referendum PM Viktor Orbán submits a proposal to amend the Constitution

Sunday, October 2, 2016

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán submits a proposal to amend the Constitution after Sunday's referendum on mandatory quota because "the people's will must be entrenched in the Basic Law."

The head of government announced the news at Fidesz and the Christian Democratic party members gathering on Sunday evening. The prime minister also considers paramount to enforce the wishes of Hungarians in Brussels.

The question is simple, can Brussels and the European democratic community allow themselves to enforce their will on a member state where more than 90 percent of the electorate oppose (the mandatory quotas). The prime minister has promised, he will do everything to prevent this from happening.

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán expressed his appreciation to those who took part in the referendum, and contributed to "a massive understanding among Hungarians, which is underlined by more than three million votes."

We can be proud that Hungary is the first EU member state that allowed its citizens to voice their opinion on modern mass immigration. This was the right thing to do, and it was an honest thing too adding that the 2014 parliamentary elections, this issue still wasn't on the agenda, and citizens couldn’t voice their opinion on the issue.

According to the prime minister, the topic of mass migration becomes the most important issue of the coming years, due to the fact that it will determine "our children and grandchildren's future; it will regulate whom we can live together with, what will become of our culture, our recovering economic system or our Christian roots. "

The main question is how the European Union will handle modern mass migration, which currently affects the European Union in an extremely painful way said the prime minister.

(MTI -