"Two recent incidents have demonstrated that there are murderers and other criminals among the migrants arriving at Hungary's border"
Two recent incidents have demonstrated that there are murderers and other criminals among the migrants arriving at Hungary’s border, a lawmaker of the smaller coalition party Christian Democrats told the press on Friday in Budapest.
István Hollik noted that a Pakistani citizen wanted by police for killing seventy people had been arrested in a migrant group in southern Hungary on Tuesday.
In another incident, three young Hungarians were attacked by eight migrants in a motorway service area in southern Hungary last week.
The migrants presumably tried to appropriate the car but the Hungarians managed to get away unharmed, Hollik said.
Hungary and the safety of Hungarians have to be protected, he said, and called on voters to use the government-sponsored survey dubbed “national consultation” to voice their opinions on the “Soros plan”.
While criminals arrive at the border, Brussels continues to work on “implementing the Soros plan and flooding the continent with migrants”, he said.