“While certain civilisations are able to reproduce, the West is simply unwilling to sustain itself,” Prime Minister Viktor Orban told the 4th Demographic Summit in Budapest. “Some don’t see this as a problem,” while others would use migration as a solution, he said, adding that this would be tantamount to adopting “a global plan to resettle a new working class”, and such a plan would … Continue reading Heads of govt address the Demographic Summit
Without families and children, a national community could end up disappearing, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said in a speech to the Budapest Demographic Summit III on Thursday. Continue reading “Orban: Govt has duty to pursue strong demographic policy”
Improving Hungary’s demographic situation will require a change in mentality in addition to removing obstacles to having children, Speaker of Parliament Laszlo Kover said in Gheorgheni (Gyergyoszentmiklos), in northern Romania, on Saturday. Continue reading “Kover: Demographic turnaround requires mentality change”
Urgent response is needed to stop demographic decline in Europe but the problem needs to be resolved by strengthening family policies instead of migration, Prime Minister Viktor Orban told a World Health Organisation (WHO) European regional committee meeting on Monday.
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Hungary’s speaker of parliament, Laszlo Kover, addressed a meeting organised by the European People’s Party on Friday. “We must take a stand for our traditional values and strengthen traditional communities, while building proud and sovereign nations based on a Europe built on cooperation.” – he stressed. At the opening of the meeting of EPP group’s European Committee of Regions, convened to discuss demographic changes and … Continue reading “We must take a stand for traditional values”