The country maintains that the migrant issue is a matter of national sovereignty after nearly 400,000 migrants entered Hungary in 2015 on their way to richer nations in Western Europe. As a consequence, Hungary has sued the EU at the European Court of Justice to avoid having to take part in an EU plan to resettle migrants. More, a national referendum over the EU quotas will be organized. “We have the right to choose whom we want and don’t want to live with,” Orban said. The constitution forces the government to oppose any kind of mass migration that would endanger, this is what Viktor Orban affirmed. The anti-immigrant position will be probably reinforced at high levels soon. This opposition will become a precedent and eventually will be a fact to be considered by other governments across Europe.