Hungary in NEW EU fight: Orban declares plans for asylum seeker ‘detention camps’

Monday, January 16, 2017
By Paul Martin

HUNGARY has announced plans to introduce restrictive “detention camps” for asylum seekers while their application is processed.

Mon, Jan 16, 2017

The conservative government, lead by 53-year-old Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, has outlined new proposals which look likely to put it on a direct collision course with the European Union.

Minister of the Prime Minister’s Office János Lázár, 41, has announced the move which will deny refugees free movement within the country while their case is being decided.

Under the current system of “open camps” asylum seekers are free to leave, go on walks, attend religious services and go to pre-approved Hungarian national events.

But Mr Lázár’s office has now announced it intends to make changes to the system that will see free movement strictly forbidden.

However, no detailed policy on how exactly this will be achieved has not been released.

The controversial move will put it in direct contravention of EU law.

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