Prime Minister Viktor Orbán or the dismantling of Hungary’s border fence are the two options in next year's general election, Balázs Hidvéghi, Fidesz party’s communications chief, has said.
“We have a choice between protecting our country or allowing it to change forever,” Hidvéghi said, citing recent estimates, according to which 60 million migrants are expected to flee Africa for Europe over the coming years.
According to MTI, he said the “mass migrant invasion”, which “poses a fundamental threat” to Europe, is now in its third year.
Hidveghi added that the ruling alliance was working to strengthen Hungary’s security so that its people could raise their children in peace. “We would like to keep Hungary as a country of Hungarians,” he said.