A counterproductive habit?

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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban delivers his annual 'State of Hungary' speech in the Varkert Bazar (Castle Gardens Bazaar) at the foot of Castle Hill in Budapest, Hungary, 28 February 2016. The inscription reads 'Hungarian Reforms Are Working!' Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban on 24 February unveiled plans for a referendum on refugee redistribution quotas.

A counterproductive habit?


Two events that are significant for European Union cohesion are scheduled to take place in Austria and Hungary on October 2. The first is the presidential election in Austria and the second is the referendum in Hungary. Both are related to the EU because both contest, albeit in a different way, EU policy.
Hungarians will vote in the referendum about whether they want to accept the right of the EU to assign refugee quotas to the member states. In Austria, after the Constitutional Court annulled ...


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