Orbán cabinet: Providing for each migrant would cost 30,000 euros
“If Hungary becomes an immigrant country, the people of Hungary will pay the price for immigration, and similarly to the ‘Soros Plan’, according to Brussels’ proposals around 9 million forints will have to be spent on providing for every single migrant”, Minister of State for Government Communication Bence Tuzson said at a press conference on Saturday.
According to Mr. Tuzson, the decision on the quota is rapidly approaching in view of the fact that they are attempting to “push though” the new Dublin system, which includes “a pretty clear quota equation”.
“Based on these plans, Hungary would have to already admit over ten thousand migrants before the end of this year, after which an admittance system with no upper limit would come into being, all of which would have serious financial implications”, the Minister of State said.
“In view of the fact that according to Brussels’ plans some 30,000 euros (9 million forints) would have to be spent on providing for each and every migrant, the cost involved would be in the region of 100 billion forints (EUR 320 million), which could further increase by several orders of magnitude in future years at the expense of the national budget”, he added.
In reply to a question from Hungarian news agency MTI following the press conference, Mr. Tuzson said with relation to this that we could provide pensioners with Erzsébet vouchers three times out of those 100 billion forints.
The politician drew attention to the fact that for instance in Germany the money spent on immigration has increased by over 70 percent in the space of a single year, while Bavaria currently spends more on migration out of its national budget than on the economy, environmental protection and healthcare put together.
“If Soros’s people gain power in Hungary on 8 April, this same fate will also await Hungary”, which the country could not handle, it would go bankrupt, we would have to do without development projects, pension increases and family support schemes”, the Minister of State for Government Communication said, adding that this is why Hungary must be protected and this is what the 8 April parliamentary elections will be all about.
In reply to a question concerning “bogus parties”, Mr. Tuzson said that everyone must abide by regulations, and those who do not must count on the legal consequences as set down in the law.
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Source: Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister/MTI