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English: The BBC World Service hold a debate on Wednesday, 5th of October, 2016. Corvinus University of Budapest as part of a series of debates across Europe, as the continent grapples with the issues of migration. Topics included Hungaryʼs October 2 referendum and EU quotas for refugee relocation. Broadcaster Jonathan Dimbleby invited members of the public to put questions to a panel of politicians and thinkers to debate the issues affecting Hungary - related to the October 2 referendum on refugee quotas - as well as the general situation of post-Brexit Europe today. The panel includes Kovács Zoltán, government spokesman at the Hungarian Prime Ministerʼs Office; Csák János, business leader and former Hungarian ambassador to the United Kingdom; and Professor Loukas Tsoukalis, a Greek expert on the European Union. The BBC announced. “The BBC World Service is the home of international debate, and this time we are bringing World Questions to Budapest in the wake of an important vote on EU migrant plans,” said Mary Hockaday, Controller of BBC World Service English. “We are delighted to be hosting this debate at Corvinus University, which was at the heart of the Hungarian uprising 60 years ago, providing a fitting location for a free and open debate. “Itʼs an honor to welcome BBCʼs World Questions program at our university,” commented András Lánczi, Rector of Corvinus University. “Corvinus University has always been an important space for discussing the public affairs of Hungary and the world. The issues on the agenda are indeed of historical significance, so we are looking forward to hosting a vivid conversation regarding the complex questions of economy, migration and security in Europe.” http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p049m2s0
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