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Voters in Hungary look likely to reject an EU plan to settle refugees in the country-delivering another blow to European unity


VIKTOR ORBÁN, Hungary’s prime minister, is not taking any chances. On state television, advertisements warn of a growing migrant menace. Billboards proclaim that Brussels plans to relocate a city’s worth of potential terrorists to Hungary. And lawmakers from the ruling right-wing Fidesz party are calling on supporters to go to the polls on October 2 to make sure Orbán gets the answer he wants to the following referendum question: “Do you want the European Union to be able to order the mandatory settlement of non-Hungarian citizens in Hungary without Parliament’s consent?”

BORDER FORCE: Hungarian police detain a Syrian family in August 2015 after they entered the country from Serbia.
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