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The article analyses the anti-immigration campaign of the Hungarian government as an element of the securitization of migration, both at the level of political discourse and at that of political legislative instruments. The securitization of migration is seen as a filter through which all migrants are passed, in order to select those who have the same cultural background and, therefore, could adapt to the house country's national culture and do not represent a threat to the national security.doi:10.54145/actamn.56.10 fatcat:5hx5pna3cnbhzl64nl2nnhaopa