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Oct 01, 2018

PM Orbán says next year’s EP elections should bring about a change in the community’s policy

During his regular interview on Kossuth Radio on Friday, the prime minister warned that “the battle between pro-migration and anti-migration MEPs has not yet been decided”

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has said next year’s European Parliamentary elections should bring about a change in the community’s policy.

During his regular interview on Kossuth Radio on Friday, the prime minister warned that “the battle between pro-migration and anti-migration MEPs has not yet been decided”.

PM Orbán said that “pro-migration forces now have a sweeping majority” both in the EP and the European Commission, and “pose a serious democracy issue as they represent something European people do not want.”

European voters want their leaders “to make a clear breast and declare if they consider migration right or wrong,” PM Orbán said. He added his position that “migration is bad because it actually means replacing the population”.

“Fewer and fewer European are born and more and more foreigners are imported. This will change our culture and in a year or two we will not recognize our village, city or our own country or continent,” PM Orbán insisted.

The prime minister said that while the EU seeks to resolve demographic problems through “importing people from Africa or Asia”, Hungary “needs Hungarian people”. He insisted that “more babies require families and a family requires a mother and a father – possibly a woman and a man”.