Hungary’s PM Orban slams plans for migrant quota fines

Thanks to TT:

It’s “outrageous” and a “kick in the stomach.” Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban has slammed EU proposals to fine member states a quarter of a million euros for every migrant they refuse to take, as part of controversial quotas.

He says the focus should be on protecting Schengen borders and the running of refugee camps.

Orban told Hungarian public radio that the fine plans show that “those who should be our leaders in Brussels are sitting in an ivory tower, isolated from the world.