Hungary, Orban challenges the EU. Referendum on anti-LGBT law launched
Viktor Orban does not give up on the question of anti-LGBT law rejected by Europe. The Hungarian premier has decided to challenge Brussels by promoting an ad hoc referendum, to make its citizens decide what to do. The objective – reads the Messaggero – is “to stop the EU as it happened five years ago on the issue of migrants. We succeeded then, together we will succeed again “, wrote the Hungarian premier in a post on Facebook. The game is played on a double chessboard, with inevitable national implications, in view of the elections of 2022.
As for the five questions promoted by the referendum wanted by Orban on the law – continues Il Messaggero – which with the declared intent to protect children equates homosexuality with pedophilia according to criticisms, one wonders among other things whether there is consent “in favor the promotion “and making available” gender reassignment treatments for minors “, and if it is in favor of the fact that” minors are shown, without any restrictions, media content of a sexual nature capable of influencing the their development “.