: :inin Kyiv (EET)

Hungary’s referendum had more to do with Russia than immigration

On Sunday, the vast majority of those Hungarians who showed up at the polls said “no” to the question of whether “the European Union should have the power to impose the compulsory relocation of non-Hungarian citizens to Hungary without the consent of the National Assembly of Hungary”. Yet with a turnout well below 50 per cent, the controversial vote is invalid.
Described as “the last chance to stop immigration”, by the prime minister’s chief of staff, the referendum was little but a gimmick from the start. Hungary’s constitution stipulates that referendums can cover only matters of Hungarian law, and not obligations …read more

Source: American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research

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