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Referendum more justified than ever

Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister, July 20, 2016 2:42 PM

During recess of the Cabinet meeting on Wednesday Antal Rogán, Head of the Cabinet of the Prime Minister said that Brussels’ proposed asylum system, which has recently been published is unacceptable. The Government of Hungary is of the opinion that the referendum on mandatory relocation is more justified than ever.

Everyone must see the dangers of Brussels’ immigration policy

Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister, July 20, 2016 2:37 PM

The Government considers the referendum as never having been a more actual issue than it is today, and accordingly it will be intensively continuing its information campaign on the referendum.

EU leaders’ judgement impaired

Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister, July 19, 2016 3:42 PM

The European Union’s leaders’ judgement has been impaired, and they fail to see the fact that there is a close correlation between illegal immigration and terrorism, Bence Tuzson said at the conference Where is Europe heading? – Findings of the Project 28 research organised by the Századvég Foundation.

Attention must be drawn to the dangers of Brussels’ mistaken immigration policies

Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister, July 19, 2016 3:14 PM

“The goal of the government information campaign for the quota referendum it to draw attention to the consequences of Brussels’ mistaken immigration policies”, the Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister’s Minister of State for Government Communications told Hungarian news agency MTI.

The more immigrants arrive in Europe, the greater the threat of terrorism

Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister, July 18, 2016 12:48 PM

The Minister heading the Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister takes the view that Europe must face up to the fact that the more immigrants come to Europe, the greater the threat of terrorism will be.

Hungarian staying abroad to heed warnings of the authorities

Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister, July 18, 2016 12:45 PM

On behalf of the Government, the head of the Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister asked Hungarian citizens staying or travelling abroad to heed the warnings of the authorities regarding the threat of terrorism in every instance. Antal Rogán stressed that Europe’s exposure to the threat of terrorism has increased with migration.

Brussels continues to press forced settlement

Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister, July 14, 2016 9:10 AM

Brussels continues to press forced settlement, Csaba Dömötör, Minister of State at the Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister told the Hungarian News Agency MTI in response to the European Commission’s (EC) migration proposals published on Wednesday.

Hungary is actively participating in the care of asylum seekers and in excess of its economic strength

Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister, July 11, 2016 4:33 PM

Hungary is participating in stopping and managing the immigration that is affecting Europe in excess of its economic strength. In contrast to many other European countries, Hungary has conformed to EU regulations throughout, is protecting the European Union’s Schengen borders and is registering and separating refugees of war from economic immigrants.

Immigration would aggravate labour market problems

Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister, July 7, 2016 3:46 PM

There is further statistical evidence that immigration does not in the least serve as a solution to Europe’s labour market problems, and would in actual fact only aggravate them, the Minister of State at the Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister told the Hungarian News Agency MTI on Thursday.

We can send Brussels a clear message

Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister, July 5, 2016 4:25 PM

“Only the Hungarians can decide who they want to live with, not Brussels”, Head of the Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister Antal Rogán said at a press conference held during the recess of Tuesday’s Cabinet meeting after President of the Republic János Áder set the date for the Government-initiated national referendum on the mandatory relocation quotas for 2 October.