Hungary adopts the right approach to tackle the migrant crisis
Hungary's stance on tackling immigration is receiving global praise and recognition amidst the growing problems surrounding immigration
While prominent figures such as former US President Bill Clinton have criticized Hungary for decisions that would protect the security of its nation and the well-being of its people, Hungary's stance on tackling immigration is receiving global praise and recognition amidst the growing problems surrounding immigration, according to former US Congressman Tom Tancredo.
It’s hard to see what is “undemocratic” about responding to the needs and expressed demands of “we the people,” writes the former congressman in a piece published over the weekend at Breitbart.com. In fact, Hungary is acting very democratically by holding a referendum to ask the Hungarian people this question, “Do you want the European Union to be able, even without the approval of the Hungarian parliament, to prescribe mandatory relocation of non-Hungarian nationals to Hungary?”
By any sensible or traditional definition, democracy means rule of the people – the people of each nation. Hungary is one of the few European governments which is allowing its citizens to decide the nation’s immigration policy as opposed to globalist bureaucrats from Brussels, Tancredo writes.
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