Orbán lets the people vote on the antipedophile law


Published July 22, 2021 at 09.16

Abroad. Hungary's new child protection law has angered liberals in the West. Now Prime Minister Viktor Orbán announces that a referendum on the law will be held, reports Junge Freiheit.

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The so-called antipedophile law in Hungary bans homosexual and transsexual propaganda for children – something that has led the EU to take drastic measures against the conservative country.

In a video on Facebook, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán that a referendum on the law will be held.

Hungarian voters will have to answer five questions, including whether they view positively or negatively the laws. Voters are also asked if they think it is reasonable to change the gender of children.

The European Commission announced last week that it is launching a so-called infringement procedure against Hungary due to the antipedophile law. = “section-foreign”> Hungary's child protection law

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