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According to Fidesz MEP Ernő Schaller-Baross, the European Commission is exerting ideological pressure on Member States, citing the interests of children.
“Looking back at recent events, it is regrettable to see that the EU institutions have been busy creating an EU gender strategy to promote LGBTQ lifestyles, even in the midst of the pandemic crisis,” Fidesz MEP Ernő Schaller-Baross writes in an op-ed published by Mandiner. “However, it is even more outrageous that in the midst of the current war and the energy crisis that is affecting the whole of Europe, they are coming up with a proposal to make the recognition of the right to adoption for same-sex couples mandatory for all member states,” he adds.
In December 2023, the European Commission proposed the introduction of a European parental certificate, to ensure that a person who is a parent in one member state is recognized as such in another, Schaller-Baross reminds.
“This proposal would therefore make it compulsory, on the basis of the right of free movement and residence, to recognize the status of parents and to grant the rights deriving from it within the European Union, even in cases – and, according to the explanatory memorandum to the proposal, especially – where the child is adopted by parents of the same sex,” he explains.
This legislation could be one of the greatest successes of the LGBTQ lobby and the European left in the last few years, as it will result in a pan-European parental status that serves all their ideological expectations,”
the politician stressed.
“Thus, while Brussels tries to make the public believe that it is in the interests of children that it would impose compulsory recognition of adoption for same-sex couples or even polygamous marriages other than the European family model, it is using children to impose LGBTQ and transgender ideology on member states,” he added.
According to the MEP, “the Hungarian government’s position on this issue is clear. We will not hand over to any Brussels body the right to decide on the question of what a family is. The protection of our children is our priority, and we will not budge on this issue.”
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