Orbán: This is the ʼdemolition of Europeʼ

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What is happening now constitutes the “demolition of Europe” and European leaders “have no authority for what they are doing”, Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said yesterday in Madrid regarding the “migration” crisis, according to an interview with the PM on state-owned all news channel M1.

The prime minister posted this photo on his official Facebook page yesterday with the caption: ʼOn way to the convention of European Peopleʼs Partyʼ. (Photo: Viktor Orbánʼs Facebook Page)

He said that it cannot be avoided that a serious debate be launched on “what we want to do to our continent”. At the congress of the European People’s Party today, he is planning to speak about the idea that “European leaders have not received authority for what they are currently doing from the European citizens”.

“Nobody has ever voted on the acceptance of migrants entering the Union in hundreds of thousands,” Orbán said, adding that “this is destabilizing European democracy.” According to Orbán this “debate needs to be solved in a straight, honest and clear way, without the muzzle of political correctness and hypocrisy.”

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