The government “doesn’t really care about children”, Anna Donáth, the leader of the opposition Momentum Movement, told protesters gathered in front of the presidential Sándor Palace in Budapest on Saturday, adding that “for them the family is just an empty phrase”.
Donáth said society needed “strong female role models, but not like Katalin Novak,” who, she added, was resigning as head of state “but not for reasons of conscience”.
The Momentum politician said Novak “should have apologised to the children abused in Bicske”.
She also said the government only saw people as voters, adding that Prime Minister Viktor Orban also bore responsibility for the developments surrounding the case, she said.
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