Viktor Orbán said it had been a useful debate, positions had been fully clarified. Everything is clear and understandable: the European Parliament and the European Commission want us to allow LGBTQ activists into our nursery and elementary schools, he said.
Hungary does not want this, he pointed out. The debate is about who will decide on how to raise our children. According to the Treaties of the European Union, it is evidently the Hungarian people, meaning that this issue clearly falls within national competence.
“Brussels bureaucrats have no business here,” the Prime Minister stated, adding that “no matter how hard they try, we won’t allow LGBTQ activists among our children in nursery and elementary schools”.