Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban on a visit to Germany's Bundestag (lower house of parliament) in Berlin, July 4, 2018. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke/File Photo
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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said Saturday that European parliament elections next year could bring about a shift toward illiberal "Christian democracy" in the European Union that would end the era of multiculturalism.Orban said the European parliamentary vote must prove that there was an alternative to liberal democracy, which he said worked in undemocratic ways in Western Europe by being intolerant of alternative views."Christian democracy is not liberal ... It is illiberal, if you like," Orban said.Unlike liberal democracy, he said, Christian democracy rejects multiculturalism and immigration while being anti-communist and standing for Christian values.Orban accuses Soros of promoting mass immigration to undermine Europe's Christian culture.
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