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The inhabitants of Hungary in a referendum on Sunday to decide whether to accept the required 'compulsory quotas for the distribution of migrants by EU member states.

According to the plans by the EU, these quotas refuge in the countries of the bloc must get 160 thousand people, writes "BBC B ".

If the plan is given the course, Hungary will have to accept 1 294 man.

An opinion poll taken before the vote showed that among those who are going to participate in the referendum, a high proportion of those who oppose quotas. To referendum was deemed to take place, the turnout must exceed 50%.

During crisis migrants Hungary was one of the transshipment countries in the path of refugees in Germany and other EU countries.

In an effort to stop the flow of migrants authorities closed the border with Hungary, Serbia and Croatia. Residents in most countries welcomed the move, which in turn criticized by human rights organizations.

The referendum made the question: "Do you want the European Union was entitled to a required 'compulsory order to relocate people who are not citizens of Hungary Hungary even without the approval of the National Assembly[national parliament]? "

in December of last year Hungary filed a lawsuit challenging the decision of Duty 'compulsory quotas.

Speaking on television on Thursday, Prime 'Minister of the country Viktor Orban said: "If more people said " no "rather than " yes ", it would mean that Hungarians do not accept rules that bureaucrats of the European Commission want us Nav 'yazaty ".

The more there migrants, the greater the threat of terrorism "- quoted Orban agency Reuters.

The scheme of distribution of quotas was proposed by the European Union to d 'yakshyty implications for Greece and Italy, the countries through which the majority of migrants and refugees in 'yizhdzhayut EU
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2-10-2016, 17:25

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