PM stokes fear of attacks to rally Hungarians to vote down migrant quotas

PM stokes fear of attacks to rally Hungarians to vote down migrant quotas
 

Prime Minister Viktor Orban urged Hungarians to reject European Union migrant quotas in a referendum on Sunday, evoking the fear of a militant attack to rally people to the polls in a vote that looks uncertain to reach the required turnout.
Orban has been at the forefront of opposition in Europe to the position taken by German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who has said Europe had an obligation to take in refugees.
Since last September, when hundreds of thousands of migrants fleeing war and poverty in the Middle East crossed Hungary on their way to richer countries in Western Europe, Orban has... read more

 
30 September 2016 in World News, Views: 26
Source: Reuters
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