Chief Security Advisor: The introduction of a common EU asylum procedure would undermine the existing Hungarian system
“The introduction of a common EU asylum procedure would make the existing Hungarian procedure impossible, Hungary’s ‘effective’ border control system would become unlawful”, Chief Security Advisor to the Prime Minister, György Bakondi said on Hungarian M1 television’s Wednesday evening current affairs program.
Mr. Bakondi was asked with relation to the fact that the draft of the special report on Hungary being prepared by the European Parliament’s Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE) will be presented on Thursday.
The proposal, as well as several other pieces of draft legislation, includes many “false statements and factual errors”, the Chief Security Advisor said.
“In Brussels they are doing everything possible to realise the predetermined ‘migration goal’, which is about mandatory resettlement and turning illegal migration into a fundamental human right”, Mr. Bakondi explained, adding: “This is what the Hungarian Government’s migration policy is standing in the way of”.