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Apr 05, 2018

Sunday's general election will be the deciding factor in whether Hungary will remain an independent country, says state secretary

There are many years of work involved in the fact that Hungary is now standing on its own two feet and is not dependent on others. “If the country didn’t have a government for the nation, this would change," Csaba Dömötör said

This Sunday's general election will be the deciding factor in whether Hungary will remain an independent country, according to an official in the Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister.

Csaba Dömötör, parliamentary state secretary, said there are many years of work involved in the fact that Hungary is now standing on its own two feet and is not dependent on others, meaning it cannot be blackmailed. “If the country didn’t have a government for the nation, this would change," he said.

He said that if George Soros’s people form a government, as has been the case in certain countries in our vicinity, then we would no longer have the deciding say with relation to finances, utility costs, and most importantly also with relation to immigration policy. “To them, the open society and the accompanying profit comes first, not Hungary," he said.

“Given these facts, people for whom the country’s independence and security are important can only count on the government and on the governing parties," he added.

"What is at stake at the elections is far greater than the usual domestic policy issues, and accordingly we ask for the support of every single voter," he said.