Budapest, September 8 (MTI) – Stopping population decline, supporting families and building a work-based society where everyone can find a job have been targets highlighted by Prime Minister Viktor Orban during the ruling Fidesz-Christian Democrats group’s three-day meeting in Balatonfüred in western Hungary, Fidesz group leader Lajos Kósa said on Thursday.
Orbán addressed the meeting on its first day, Wednesday, Kósa told public radio Kossuth.
He said the ruling parties plan to introduce minor legal amendments in connection with the migrant situation. Mass migration poses the threat of crisis on civilisation and culture, as the migrants from a very different civilisation and are unwilling to integrate and accept Hungary’s values and rules, he added.
Kósa told commercial TV2 that the dangers of mass migration can already be assessed in Hungary. They have been manifested in other countries, such as the mass violence against women, he said.
If the NO votes win in the Oct 2 referendum on European Union migrant quotas, parliament will have to respond to it, Kósa said. For the time being, the ministers, state secretaries, deputy state secretaries, party leaders and group leaders are working hard to encourage as many people as possible to participate and vote NO, he added.
In the referendum Hungarians will be asked: “Do you want to allow the European Union to mandate the resettlement of non-Hungarian citizens to Hungary without the approval of parliament?”