Hungary's far-right Jobbik party wants to ban residency bond
BUDAPEST, Hungary — Hungary's far-right Jobbik party said Tuesday it would only support the government's constitutional amendment opposing the mass settlement of migrants if it also bans a disputed arrangement offering residency permits to foreigners buying a special state bond for 300,000 euros ($330,000).
Jobbik president Gabor Vona said that his party wants "to protect Hungary from all kinds of settlements."
"We are ready to vote for the amendment of the constitution but we are not ready for partial solutions," Vona said after a meeting with Prime Minister Viktor... read more
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