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Budapest, October 6 (MTI) – Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has informed Jean-Claude Juncker, president of the European Commission, in a letter about the outcome of Hungary’s Oct. 2 referendum on EU migrant quotas.

Under “the will of the vast majority of participants” in the referendum, the government has decided to propose amending the constitution, Orban’s press office chief quoted the prime minister as saying in his letter.

According to the letter, 3.33 million Hungarians expressed their wish that foreigners must not be settled in Hungary without parliament’s consent.

Orbán stressed that the proposed amendment will fully comply with European law and Hungary’s international commitments.

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Source: MTI

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  1. It is our opinion that the Hungarian Constitution must be amended Immediately to reflect Majority Will of of it’s Citizens voting on the Migration Referendum!

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