The Prime Minister gearing up for two battles, this time against the United Nations and his new friends in Austria.
The Minister Overseeing the Prime Minister’s Office says Hungarian society is inherently xenophobic.
In stark contrast to the government’s current prosecution of migration advocacy NGOs, in 2013 it wanted to provide broad support to such groups.
The Ministry of Interior plans to provide housing for some 300 refugees until June 2020.
Fidesz politicians argue that these people were accepted based on the Geneva Conventions and not the EU’s quota system that they have been fighting.
The European Commission filed a lawsuit against Hungary, the Czech Republic and Poland because they failed to enforce the asylum-seeker quota.