From the BBC
Hungarian PM Viktor Orban has declared victory in a referendum on mandatory EU migrant quotas, despite a low turnout that appeared to render it invalid.
Nearly 98% of those who took part supported the government’s call to reject the EU plan. But only 43% of the electorate voted, short of the 50% required to be valid.
A government spokesman said the outcome was binding “politically and legally” but the opposition said the government did not have the support it needed.