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Mass immigration and islamisation under Constitutional Ban In Hungary, according to Orbán

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Hungary, Budapest – During the ceremony at the Parliament for the 5 years of the new Hungarian constitution, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán held an unequivocal speech. The Hungarian constitution prevents mass immigration and Islamization of the country, he said.

The Hungarian constitution – introduced by Fidesz in 2011 – prevents the Islamization and makes mass immigration impossible, because of its protecting role of the Hungarian language and culture, said the Prime Minister Orbán at the ceremony of the 5 years of the new constitution.

“To be perfectly clear and unequivocal, I can say that Islamization is constitutionally prohibited in Hungary,” he said. The government is not able to accept mass immigration, as this would go against the principles embraced by the Basic Law, the other name of the Hungarian constitution.

The head of government cited excerpts from the “Basic Law” to ensure that it guaranteed “the promotion and protection of our heritage, our unique language, Hungarian culture” as well as the protection of “living conditions future generations. “

“We have a right to decide with whom we want to live together and with whom we do not” said Orbán. He then added that Hungary and central European states were more capable of coming up with viable answers to various crises as they were more “filled with the spirit of action” than other states were. He said the reason for this was that Hungary has a modern constitution which has the answers to “where Hungarians come from, where they are now and where they are headed”, while Europe “is in denial about its past and future and burdened by self-torment”. “This is apparent from the frequent attacks Europe hurls at Poland and Hungary,” he said.