Hungary stems migrant flow, but issue remains big in EU vote


Hundreds of migrants a day streamed through the Hungarian village of Asotthalom on their way to Western Europe in 2015.

  • Bypablo Gorondi
  • Associated Press

Today there are almost none.

So one might think the political discourse has moved on.

Think again.

In this month’s European Parliament election, no issue rings louder in Hungary than migration.

Prime Minister Viktor Orban and his right-wing Fidesz party have campaigned almost exclusively on anti-immigration policies and it remains a…

Asotthalom’s mayor has left the nationalist Jobbik party to form a…

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