The stake of the next elections is whether Hungary will have a government which is able to protect Hungary from becoming an immigrant country or not, State Secretary for Government Communication Bence Tuzson told Hungarian daily Magyar Hirlap.
According to the Fidesz politician the final result of the national consultation is not known yet, but it’s clear that the vast majority of the people rejected the “Soros plan”. He added that the struggle is not over yet, because pro-immigration forces are still in majority in European politics, but “changes have begun in European societies”, and hopefully they will be represented in the future elections.
Tuzson said that “Brussels bureaucrats” are mixing “political cards with legal cards” to reach their goals. He said that the government’s aim is to create the alliance of anti-immigration member states within the EU.
Regarding George Soros’s rebuttal of the plan named after him, Tuzson said that the billinaire sounded more honest when he wrote his articles about his migration plan, and he pointed out that Soros wants to actively campaign in Hungary. According to the politician those who attack Hungary want to tear out its roots, and the government must stop this.
Tuzson highlighted that if the government pursues wrong policies, the country will not be able to solve the problem of migration, not even on the long term. If a new government “opens the country for immigrants”, even a hundred years wouldn’t be enough to repair the damage.