President János Áder has set the date for the government-initiated referendum on Hungary’s child protection law for April 3.
In a statement released by the Office of the President of the Republic, Áder said (the statement in full):
“Hungary’s National Assembly voted unanimously on November 9, 2021 to allow holding a referendum on the day of the general election.
“The legal conditions for holding a referendum are in place for four questions on which referendums have been initiated.
“Taking into consideration the deadlines set by the laws on electoral and referendum procedures, a referendum on the four issues in question and the general election can only be held simultaneously on April 3 or April 10.
“In view of this, I have set the referendum on the four issues specified in Parliamentary Resolution 32/2021 of November 30 for April 3, 2022.”
As we wrote before
“Only a common will can stop the violent LGBTQ lobby and pressure of Brussels, which is why the Government has initiated a referendum on child protection,”
Minister Judit Varga said about referendum. Details HERE.