According to the statement of the Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister, 90 percent of those who had been granted asylum already left Hungary.
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.
Fewer requests were granted for full refugee status.
With refugees in Hungary, it would like “Buda when it was occupied by the Turks.”
Conductor Iván Fischer invited several families, including some who had recently been rejected from visiting the town of Őcsény.
Residents of Cserdi back Mayor Bogdán who vowed to host refugees rejected by Őcsény. Neighboring villages are not so enthusiastic though.