‘We will NEVER accept EU migrants quota’ Hungary to vote NO in next week’s referendum

From Express UK:

Prime Minister Viktor Orban has openly spoken against the EU migrant policies calling for a referendum on October 2.

Initial fears over voters turnout have now been dismissed as Mr Orban’s campaign has gained strong support across Hungary.

According to latest opinion polls at least two-thirds of the electorate will vote “no.”

Mr Orban said ahead of the referendum: “We have to be very clear. We will never, never, ever accept the mandatory quota for migrants.”

Billboards across Hungary proclaiming that Brussels plans to relocate a city’s worth of potential terrorists to the country may have an even stronger influence on Hungarians after a .

The call for a referendum comes after Hungary found itself in the epicentre of the migrant crisis last year.

Migrants trying to reach wealthy EU countries have cause havoc in Hungary

The EU had demanded Hungary take 1,294 refugees but the country refused to oblige to the quota system from the start and voted against it. Hungary has accepted no refugees under the plan.

However thousands of refugees trying to reach Germany flooded the streets of Budapest and set up make-shifts camps. 

Orban’s government built fences on its southern borders with Serbia and Croatia to tackle the issue. 

Last year, Mr Orban said: “If we let the Muslims onto the continent to compete with us, they will outnumber us.” 

Prime Minister Viktor Orban has openly spoken against the EU migrant policies calling for a referendum on October 2.

Initial fears over voters turnout have now been dismissed as Mr Orban’s campaign has gained strong support across Hungary.

According to latest opinion polls at least two-thirds of the electorate will vote “no.”

Mr Orban said ahead of the referendum: “We have to be very …

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