In Europe, “we are one of the last stewards of the Christian and democratic system established by the European Union’s founding fathers, which is an important role for us”, the group leader of the allied ruling Christian Democrats said in an interview to Thursday’s edition of the daily Magyar Hírlap.
“At the same time, it is a last chance for Europe not to forget about its roots but to rediscover them,” István Simicskó told the paper.
“The Christian Democratic ideal is a cornerstone of the government’s structure,”he said, adding that
“our most important duty is to ensure stable and predictable progress for Hungarians”.
The group leader underscored the importance of continuing to build a work-based society “where the dignity of work is unquestionable”. He also called it
an important task to “provide as much help as possible to families, the most important building blocks of society”.
In connection with the government-level management of the areas of education, health care and environmental protection, Simicskő said “we can be sure that these areas will be handled by qualified professionals”, adding that “detailed plans are in place for taking further action”.
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Indeed, the Church and State should be much closer – it was such a great control model in the past. Cannot wait!
THINK about – not a Bad STARTING Point :
” Iam the Master of my Fate,
and the Captain of my Soul”.
I am not sure what a “chistian root” is, as mentioned in the headline, but more importantly. Democracy has absolutely nothing to do with Christianity: “The first known democracy in the world was in Athens. Athenian democracy developed around the fifth century B.C.E.” https://education.nationalgeographic.org/resource/democracy-ancient-greece. Democratic societies in Europe and elsewhere predate Christianity by several millennia.
Despite another commentator noting the error in the headline, namely ‘Chistian’, I note that it has not been corrected.
Is it better now? 🙂
Thanks. Yes. ‘Better late than never’ is the saying.