“The surveillance industry must no longer be afforded a laissez-faire approach from governments with a vested interest in using this technology to commit human rights violations," said Agnès Callamard of Amnesty International.
STRASBOURG, France, July 19, 2021 (LifeSiteNews) – The European Commission (EC) has opened legal proceedings against European Union (EU) member states Hungary and Poland, both of which have been accused of infringing upon the “equality and the protection of fundamental rights” of their LGBT-identifying citizens by implementing laws protecting the innocence of children and limiting the spread of “transgender” and homosexual material. The lawsuit was launched in response to Hungary’s recent decision to implement a crackdown on the dissemination of homosexual-promoting materials to children under age 18 (as part of a wider law punishing pedophilia in the country), and in response to Poland’s numerous “LGBT ideology-free zones” in which so-called “equality marches” often include lewd displays of sexual depravity, are […]
The European Union passed a resolution Thursday denouncing Hungary's new anti-pedophilia law, which includes a ban on pro-LGBT materials in schools. “Brussels bureaucrats have no business at all, no matter what they do we will not let LGBTQ activists among our children," Hungarian premier Viktor Orbán declared.
Slovenian prime minister Janez Janša backed his Hungarian counterpart Viktor Orban last week after the latter faced heavy criticism from fellow EU leaders regarding a law that bans LGBT promotion in school education material and TV content for people under 18.
In the most recent virtual colloquium, Hungary presented the results of 10 years of successful family policy, demonstrating the large scale of its structure and its key elements, with an irrefutable conclusion: it is worth the efforts to invest in families.