The “Stop Soros” package of laws is now in force in Hungary
Lawmaker István Bajkai said the “Stop Soros” package provides Hungary with the best possible protections against the people who organize and finance illegal migration
The “Stop Soros” package of laws came into force in Hungary yesterday.
Lawmaker István Bajkai said the package provides Hungary with the best possible protections against the people who organize and finance illegal migration.
Bajkai said the Soros network was still busily working on its plan to disperse migrants across Europe and turn it into a continent of mixed populations.
He said the judiciary now had strong powers and the legal means to take steps against those who encourage migrants to circumvent the law.
He noted that under the “Stop Soros” law, helping illegal migration is a criminal offense, usually punished by imprisonment and, in more serious cases, by imprisonment or banishment from the country.
Bajkai said it was clear in the parliamentary vote on the package that the opposition supported migration and the Soros network. History shows that the left wing consistently opposes issues related to national identity and Hungarian national interests, and this time round, the left wing was ready to thwart legislation stopping migration, he insisted.
He added that Fidesz was always ready to defend the country, noting that from today the judiciary was expected to be ready to apply the new legislation and carry out their work more effectively. The police are ready in this regard, he added.