>> Budapest waking up on Monday to a more powerful government with even bolder anti-immigrant, anti-EU ambitions. Hungary's right wing strong man, Viktor Orban, has won a third straight term, an overwhelming majority, and the power to change constitutional laws. The result could deepen divisions within the EU, and for the country's liberals, it may signal a crushing four years ahead.
Top of Orban's agenda, a move to ban NGOs that support migration, particularly those backed by US financier George Soros. Orban accuses Soros of trying to, quote, transform Hungary into an immigrant country.>> The cohesion of Eurpopean Unions.>> The bill, called Stop Soros, could involve a 25 percent tax on NGO donations as well as restraining orders on activists to stop them approaching the fortified Hungarian border.
Orban has been a fierce critic of Brussel's policy on migrants, while his critics accuse him of fueling xenophobia. Reuters Marton Dunai explains he is gathering growing support from within the block.>> Orban has been one of the most vocal opponents of migration of immigration into the European Union.
He has found some very powerful followers, most notably the leader of Poland, and also followers in the Czech Republic. And even more recently in places more westernized such as Italy or Austria. The fact that this election he got a mandate as strong as he did, indeed signifies the strengthening of this trend in Europe.
>> Orban's image struck a chord with millions of voters, particularly in rural areas. He portrayed himself as the savior of Hungary's Christian culture, standing against a tide of Muslim migration into Europe