In the wake of the UK's Brexit vote and the decision to leave the European Union (EU), the Hungarian President, Janos Ader, has ordered a nationwide referendum on October 2.
The Hungarian people will be asked whether they want to accept any future European Union quota system for resettling migrants.
The question will be: "Do you want the European Union to be entitled to prescribe the mandatory settlement of non-Hungarian citizens in Hungary without the consent of parliament?"
The Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has fiercely opposed the EU's plans to relocate 160,000 migrants around the bloc by using mandatory quotas, but the scheme was approved by a majority of members.
Mr Orban has said that the vote will give people a chance to stand up for Hungary's sovereignty.
The Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Peter Sziijarto, said in a radio interview yesterday that Brussels must be stopped.
He said: "Brussels must be stopped, we must put an end to the violent immigration policy that is contrary to the will of the European people.
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