“Parental rights need to be strengthened more with regard to protecting children,” the Ministry of Justice’s state secretary in Parliament said in an interview with Mandiner. Róbert Répássy added:
Some proposals may even be put on the National Assembly agenda in the summer session that implement the aims of the [“child protection”] refendum in practice, that is, keeping LGBTQ propaganda away from children, kindergartens, and schools.
In addition, “it will also become clear from these rules that the purpose of the referendum was not to attack sexual minorities,” he said.
The European Public Prosecutor’s Office was also mentioned in the interview. Hungary has not joined the European-wide office, but Répássy believes that joining the organization “would not have helped the fight against corruption” at all.
“This body is so bureaucratic that Member State authorities can deal with such crimes much more effectively,” he said.