Jobbik sees Orbán’s migration policy as failed
Ruling Fidesz’s migration policy has failed, the head of opposition Jobbik said on Monday.
Gábor Vona said the 2,300 people that Hungary had granted asylum in the past three years are “not Coptic Christians or children, nor did they knock on the door” as the government has claimed. He said that
the asylum-seekers had not been screened and “a number of them are dangerous criminals unfit for integration”.
Vona suggested that the government media is silent about crimes committed by refugees in Hungary but insisted that those crimes included mugging, sexual assault, human smuggling or prison riot.
Vona also criticised the government for spending “tens of millions of forints” to assist refugees pay for rent in Budapest.
“The government is unable to protect Hungary; they have only used migration as a tool to manipulate society”.
The Jobbik leader called on Sandor Pinter, the interior minister, to report to parliament’s national security committee, while Prime Minister Viktor Orbán should be questioned in a special session of the national assembly.