Orban: Hungary's future is at stake

The country strives to be a good motherland according to the PM

MH – 2017.11.10. 10:47 –

The question of the 2018 election is not primarily the party to vote on but the future Hungarian citizens decide to choose, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said, addressing the annual assembly of the Hungarian Diaspora Council in Budapest on Thursday, MTI reported.

At the 7th Plenary Session of the Hungarian Diaspora Council in Budapest’s Castle Garden Bazaar, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said that Hungary strives to be a good motherland, and thus to be the home of every Hungarian.

 Regarding immigration, the Prime Minister said that the forces intent on creating a “United States of Europe” see nations and Christian traditions as an obstacle, and are therefore deliberately transporting into Europe multitudes from alien cultures which “in many cases truly deserve our pity”. He remarked that no country outside Europe transports millions of migrants into its territory.