Lazar: Voters must prevent introduction of mandatory quotas
If Hungarian voters "do not stop Brussels" then the European Union will fill up Hungary with people who are "not one of us", Janos Lazar, head of the strategic cabinet, told a regular government news conference on Thursday, referring to the upcoming Oct. 2 referendum.
"The government on its own is weak in this fight," Lazar said.
It is a big mistake to campaign for boycotting the referendum, he said. A real democrat has a duty to encourage voters to participate in it, he added.
Hungary has halted the wave of migration and has done Europe a big favour by upholding its rules, Lazar said.