Headline August 06, 2018/ '' 'HUNGARY SO HANDSOME' ''


AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL.......  rose with this statement : ''This is a brazen attack on people seeking safe haven from persecution-

And those who carry out the admirable work to help them. It is a new low point in an intensifying crackdown on civil society and it is something we will resist every step of the  way.''..................... 

Hungary approves law to penalise NGOs for helping migrants...... 

BUDAPEST : HUNGARY'S parliament adopted on just over a month and half ago a controversial  package of laws penalising NGOs -

That help migrants, a key proposal of the firebrand nationalist Prime Minister Viktor Orban.

Dubbed the ''StopSoros" laws after liberal US billionaire George Soros, accused by the government of orchestrating migration on Europe, the package of legalisation was voted through 160 votes to 18.

The laws will bring in a punishment of up to a year in prison for anyone convicted of helping a person who entered Hungary illegally from outside the Schengen zone, and whose life wasn't in immediate danger.

MPs also approved a change to the constitution stipulating that no authority is allowed to affect ''the makeup of Hungarian population,'' a clause designed to prevent Hungary participating in any EU scheme for mandatory refugee resettlement.

The measures passed one Wednesday include a constitutional obligation for all state institutions to  ''defend Christian culture'', as well as a ban on homeless people spending the night in public spaces.

The latest changes come in addition to a measure passed with a finance bill passed a Tuesday before.  slapping a 25-per-cent tax on NGOs suspected of helping migrants.

''Amnesty - Unicef : Reactions''

The Hungarian chapter of rights pressure group Amnesty International, which could find itself targeted under the laws passed that Wednesday, called them a :

Brazen attack on people seeking safe heaven from persecution and those who carry out admirable work to help them.''

''It is a new low point in an intensifying crackdown on civil  society and it is something we will resist every step of the way,'' Amnesty said in a statement.

The UN children's agency UNICEF pointed out the Hungary plays host to less than one percent of registered child  asylum seekers in Europe and that hobbling NGOs that help them could lead to-

Further harm to the children who have already been forced to leave their homes - often experiencing  traumatic journeys, and will perpetuate dangerous misconception rooted in racism and  discrimination.

However, in an official statement the government said the changes ''are implementing the will of the  Hungarian people''. 

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