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Orban says to amend constitution so EU can't impose migrants on Hungary

BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Under fire from opposition parties, Viktor Orban said on Monday he would amend the constitution to ensure the European Union cannot settle migrants in Hungary after Sunday's referendum even though turnout was too low to make the vote valid.
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