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Budapest (MTI) – The leftist Democratic Coalition (DK) has called on Prime Minister Viktor Orbán to drop plans of holding a referendum aimed against the European Union’s mandatory migrant quotas.

DK leader Ferenc Gyurcsány said in a statement that Friday’s European Union – Turkey agreement removed any basis for the “treacherous” initiative, leaving “nothing for Orban to incite hatred against”.

The EU has made a good decision, the statement said, adding that “Orbán’s policy promoting individual solutions by member states” has failed. In future the prime minister will not be in a position “to cover up the failure of his government, the collapse of health care and education, through creating a hysteria around migrants”, it said.

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  1. There are at present some 38 million displaced persons living around outside the EU borders from the Ukraine onwards including Asia minor and north Africa of mainly Muslim origin . How is the EU, or more to the point where is the EU going to settle them.
    A large proportion of these, we assume Syrian only ?. And how and who will deport the non Syrian migrants (assumed to be economic). Do the EU Commissioners expect these unwanted people to go back to Asia from whence they came without protest, I think not. I see from news film that most of these people are adamant they have rights to come here for jobs, housing and benefits and some as in Calais appear to have knives and guns.
    As Mrs Merkel at this point in time cannot cope with the million she has already got.
    How on earth is the EU going to cope with say 5 million more?
    Some of our fellow Europeans do not want this mass coming to their lands therefore before accepting more, public consent is required and a Referendum is wanted and not a Stalinist dictator ship edict.

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