EU DOMINOES: Now Hungary calls EU referendum – Hungarian president sets date for vote

5 Jul

The Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has fiercely opposed the EU’s plans to relocate 160,000 migrants around the bloc by using mandatory quotas, but the scheme was approved by a majority of members. 


Mr Orban has said that the vote will give people a chance to stand up for Hungary’s sovereignty. 

The Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Peter Sziijarto, said in a radio interview yesterday that Brussels must be stopped. 

He said: “Brussels must be stopped, we must put an end to the violent immigration policy that is contrary to the will of the European people.

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