The number of Hungarians from beyond the borders registering for the 2 October referendum has increased by almost a third compared with the previous vote, the State Secretary for Nation Policy stated before the National Cohesion Committee of Parliament on Monday.
People are not required to state their opinion on the Government or Viktor Orbán, but may decide on their own fate at the referendum of 2 October, the Minister heading the Prime Minister’s Office pointed out.
Some 370,000 asylum-seekers have been registered in Hungary to date who may be sent back by Western-European countries on the basis of international law, the Minister heading the Prime Minister’s Office told the newspaper Magyar Nemzet.
The EU should remain the Europe of nations – this is what the Hungarian Prime Minister will stand for, together with the Visegrád countries, at the EU summit to be held in Pozsony (Bratislava) on Friday, János Lázár, the Minister heading the Prime Minister’s Office said at the press conference Governmentinfo 62 which he held jointly with Government Spokesperson Zoltán Kovács.
The State Secretary for Nation Policy urged the participation of Hungarians beyond the borders in the referendum of 2 October against forced resettlement at his press conference held in Budapest on Tuesday.
The referendum is an opportunity for the people to decide on their future directly, and to influence the fate of the country, János Lázár, the Minister heading the Prime Minister’s Office told the portal makohirado.hu.
Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Veysi Kajnak, who is in Hungary on an official visit, was received by Zsolt Semjén on Tuesday in the Parliament Building. The Hungarian Deputy Prime Minister and his Turkish counterpart spoke about relations between the two countries in words of praise as there are manifold relations, both in business and culture, which tie our nations together.
Whoever will form a government in 2018, thanks to the measures adopted with a view to the reduction of bureaucracy, they will be able to serve the common good and businesses with a more competitive and streamlined State, Nándor Csepreghy, Minister of State at the Prime Minister’s Office said on Friday in Paks.
The 127 freshly prepared scholarship holders of the Kőrösi Csoma Sándor Programme and the Petőfi Sándor Programme have begun their work aimed at the preservation of traditions, the State Secretariat for National Policy told the Hungarian News Agency MTI.
The Government will have to reckon with the problem of immigration in the next few years, and will therefore have to reinforce the fence built on the border and live force protection, János Lázár, the Minister heading the Prime Minister’s Office said at the press conference Governmentinfo 61 which he held jointly with Government Spokesperson Zoltán Kovács.