Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban bans ‘Islamisation’

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban bans ‘Islamisation’.

The ‘Islamnisation’ of Hungary has been banned by its Prime Minister. He said: “We have the right to choose whom we wish to live together with and whom we do not wish to live together with.

Speaking in parliament on Monday to celebrate the fifth anniversary of Hungary’s new constitution, Viktor Orban said the document’s primary aim was to secure Hungarian language and culture. The premier said the constitution meant the Hungarian government had to oppose any kind of mass migration that would imperil those principles.

hat-tip Stephen Neil