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        European Commission and refugee quotas

        Friday, December 13th, 2019

        A liberal commentator thinks that the new European Commission will hardly be able to enforce mandatory refugee quotas, although its key members are in favour. Such a scheme, however, is unacceptable for several countries including Hungary, she remarks. READ MORE

        France and Germany take asylum seekers from Italy and Malta

        Thursday, September 26th, 2019

        A pro-government columnist calls the agreement reached by the four Interior Ministers ‘a dishonourable pact’, while a liberal commentator thinks Hungary risks remaining isolated with her anti-immigration policies. READ MORE

        First comments on EU migration deal

        Monday, July 2nd, 2018

        Pro-government commentators agree with PM Orbán that the EU migration deal is a huge political victory for Hungary and the Visegrad countries. A left-wing columnist is bitterly disappointed by the deal, while a liberal pundit downplays its importance. READ MORE

        Migration quota disputes in the UN and EU

        Saturday, March 24th, 2018

        A right-wing columnist thinks that the Hungarian government is justified in dismissing the UN resolution on migration. A conservative critic of the government accuses PM Orbán of fear-mongering over migration. READ MORE

        Lessons of the Italian election

        Wednesday, March 7th, 2018

        A right-wing and a left-wing columnist agree that it will be difficult to govern Italy after the election resulted in stalemate between the Five Star Movement and a right-wing alliance. But they offer diametrically opposed interpretations of the vote. READ MORE

        EU ponders a linkage between structural funds and asylum-seekers

        Monday, February 26th, 2018

        As Chancellor Merkel proposes that EU structural funds should be contingent on accepting the redistribution of asylum-seekers, conservative commentators accuse her, as well as the EU, of blackmail. READ MORE

        European Parliament opens talks on mandatory migrant quotas

        Saturday, November 18th, 2017

        The leading pro-government daily harshly criticizes a decision by the European Parliament to discuss a motion on mandatory migrant redistribution quotas in the European Union. READ MORE

        European Parliament committee endorses mandatory migrant quota plans

        Monday, October 23rd, 2017

        A pro-government columnist contends that the EU proposal to introduce mandatory migrant redistribution quotas is a grave threat to Europe as well as Hungary. READ MORE

        National consultation on the ’Soros plan’

        Monday, October 9th, 2017

        Pundits express sharply contrasting views on the government’s ‘national consultation’ on migration. One side sees it as a propaganda project based on lies, while the other considers the campaign an expression of self-defence against pressure from global elites. READ MORE

        New round of ‘national consultation’ announced

        Friday, September 22nd, 2017

        As the government announces another ‘national consultation’ on the EU migrant quota redistribution system, a conservative columnist contends that the Hungarian public has already made it clear several times that they oppose the quotas. READ MORE