katalin novák

Katalin Novák, Fidesz’s deputy leader, addressing an international conference on the future of Christian democracy in Europe, called the family the central value of Christian democracy, according to Tuesday’s edition of Magyar Hirlap daily.

At the Political Network for Values online conference attended on Monday by lawmakers and leading politicians, Novák, who is also the minister responsible for family policy and the international organisation’s head since autumn 2019, called for the preservation of traditional family values and that marriage was defined by the union of a man and woman and the parent-child relationship.

Novák said

the state, which provides order and security, was another key plank of Christian democracy.

The minister also stressed the importance of equality between men and women, explaining that while this did not mean they should be considered the same, they should have equal opportunities while respecting their differences.

Novák insisted that many European Christian democratic parties had let their traditional values fall by the wayside and had given into left-liberal media pressure.

She also insisted that the European People’s Party had shifted to the left. Novák added that this is the reason why Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, Italian politician Matteo Salvini and Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki were in the process of forming a new alliance.

Novák said

liberals of today refused to accept any opinions at variance to their own, and they stigmatised and excluded anyone who did not think exactly the same as them.

As we wrote on yesterday, Hungary’s Fidesz party group in the Council of Europe Parliamentary Assembly (PACE) has joined the European Conservatives Group and Democratic Alliance (EC/DA).

Source: MTI

  1. Little lady know your place. Put your apron on and get back in the kitchen where you belong. And these are your core values by the way, staying at home and raising a family. This is what you lecture to other women. She’s concerning herself with things she knows nothing about. Doubt she could even spell the word ‘Christian’.

  2. Her party are very good at stigmatising and excluding people. The rank hypocrisy of this shower is truly breathtaking.

  3. Why isn’t she home cooking and raising children? After all, this is what she said women in Hungary should be dreaming of in the future. Fidesz is just a bunch of hypocrits.

  4. What an awful woman whose beliefs are outdated. Why is she working when she believes other women should stay at home and have lots of children. Hypocritical woman from a hypocritical party.

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