Hungary’s parliament has passed new legislation tightening asylum rules and backed plans to erect a border fence to keep out migrants. The new law which was passed easily, allows the detention of migrants in temporary camps, speeding up of the asylum application review process and limiting the possibility for appeal. In practice this means that almost all asylum seekers who reach the country overland will be rejected. Hungary is confronted with the biggest surge of migrants in its history, its capacities are overloaded by 130%. However, the move was criticized by the UN and human rights groups.