Fidesz: Opposition MEP campaigning against Hungary, child protection law
In a video statement on Tuesday, Istvan Hollik referred an “astonishing” correspondence in the press in which Cseh appeals to fellow MEPs to convince their countries to join the lawsuit between the European Commission and Hungary on the side of the commission with a view to abolishing the child protection law.
The ruling party politician said Cseh “and the Dollar Left” had set aside the opinion of “millions of people who responded in the referendum” on the law “making it clear that children must be protected”.
Cseh’s letter, he added, also indicates her open support for LGBTQ organisations and their campaign against Hungary’s legislation.
Hollik said the government would “protect our children from gender propaganda”. The sex education of children is the business of parents alone, he added.