Hungary’s parliament will start a two-day session on Monday afternoon, with a draft amendment to the constitution and the government’s “Stop Soros” law package high on the agenda of the second day.

According to parliament’s website, the agenda for Monday will include a commemoration of the post-WWI Trianon peace treaty, signed on June 4, 1920, as well as a session of questions by MPs to members of the new government.

The government-sponsored constitutional amendment was designed to “protect Hungary’s sovereignty and prohibit foreign population from being settled in the country”.

On Tuesday, the draft will be presented to the national assembly and the groups will address the proposal, while a plenary debate will follow at a later date.

The deputies will then discuss the government-initiated “Stop Soros” laws, aimed at “preventing Hungary from becoming a migrant destination”.

Source: MTI

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