Hungary Top Court Approves Orban’s Refugee Quota Referendum Plan

Hungary’s highest court on Tuesday rejected efforts to block the government’s plan to hold a referendum on the European Union’s refugee settlement quotas.

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The ruling, published on the court’s website, opens the way for the ballot later this year, initiated by Prime Minister Viktor Orban, one of the staunchest critics in the bloc of welcoming refugees from Syria and beyond.

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