Hungary’s constitution ‘bans Islamisation and forces its government to oppose mass migration to protect our culture’ declares country’s prime minister

Hungary’s constitution bans ‘Islamisation’ because the document aims to protect Hungarian language and culture, the country’s prime minister has declared.

Viktor Orban said the constitution forces the government to oppose any kind of mass migration that would endanger those principles.

‘To be clear and unequivocal, I can say that Islamisation is constitutionally banned in Hungary,’ Orban said in parliament at an event celebrating the fifth anniversary of Hungary’s new constitution, now known as the Basic Law.