Soros held meeting with MEP responsible for resettlement quotas just days before EP vote
Antal Rogán said that the European Commission states that immigration via the Mediterranean has slowed with the onset of winter, therefore 50,000 immigrants should be “brought in” from Turkey and distributed across central Europe
George Soros held a meeting in Brussels with the MEP responsible for immigration, and the greatest proponent of the mandatory resettlement quotas, just days before the European Parliament quota vote, it has been revealed.
“George Soros held a briefing in Brussels and the European Parliament acted accordingly when it voted in favor of the mandatory resettlement quota with no upper threshold," Antal Rogán, minister heading the Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister, said.
“The European Parliament acted accordingly when it voted with a large majority to introduce mandatory resettlement with no upper limit, that this must have a permanent mechanism, that the acceptance of immigrants must begin, that family reunification must be made easier and that non-governmental organizations must also be included in the asylum process," he added.
The minister also said that the European Commission states that immigration via the Mediterranean has slowed with the onset of winter, therefore 50,000 immigrants should be “brought in” from Turkey and distributed to countries that have so far accepted the lowest number of people, meaning the states of Central Europe.
Rogán said it was worthwhile for Hungarians to believe that the European Union is not the Europe of Brussels, and that no matter how hard they try in the end they will not be able to change the contractual procedures that set down the EU’s fundamental constitutional principles.
The Minister said there will be European Parliament elections in 2019, at which the people will decide, and at which in his opinion the question of immigration will be unavoidable. “The standpoints represented by the EU’s institutions can be changed," he stressed.