Hungary’s anti-immigration referendum set for October 2nd

OLIVIER HOSLET

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban arrives at the start of the second day of the European Council meeting in Brussels, Belgium, 29 June 2016. EU leaders met on 28 June for the first time since the British referendum, in which 51.9 percent voted to leave the European Union.

Hungary’s anti-immigration referendum set for October 2nd


Hungary's anti-immigration referendum will take place on October 2nd, Budapest confirmed on Tuesday, July 5th.

the question

President Janos Ader confirmed the referendum to approve or disapprove European Commission proposed policy on mandatory resettlement, beyond the one already approved by EU member states.

The question will be: "Do you want the European Union to prescribe the
mandatory settlement of non-Hungarian citizens in Hungary even without the consent of Parliament?"

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