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Dec 13, 2017

Hungary’s Parliament adopts resolution proposed by Fidesz rejecting the EP’s “decision on the implementation of the Soros plan”

The resolution calls on the government “not to succumb to the pressure from Brussels ... reject the Soros plan and provide continuous information to all Hungarians concerning the status of its implementation”

Hungary’s Parliament has adopted a resolution proposed by the ruling Fidesz party rejecting the European Parliament’s “decision on the implementation of the Soros plan”.

According to MTI, the resolution rejecting the EP’s November 16th decision on mandatory quotas on the resettlement of asylum seekers was adopted with 142 votes in favor and 3 against. The Socialists, the leftist Democratic Coalition and green LMP did not vote.

Szilárd Németh, a Fidesz vice president, said the results had made it clear that “the entire left wing has lined up behind the Soros plan”.

Németh also said the radical nationalist Jobbik party “denies the existence of the Soros plan one day and admits it the next”. He said the vote clearly showed who supports the “Soros plan” and who defends Hungary’s interests and the country’s sovereignty.

In the resolution, the national assembly rejects “the transfer competencies to pro-migration Soros agencies” with the aim of “enabling them to bring migrants to Europe and distribute them across the bloc”.

The resolution also calls on the government “not to succumb to the pressure from Brussels ... reject the Soros plan and provide continuous information to all Hungarians concerning the status of its implementation”.