The international cooperation between conservatives was also a topic of discussion at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Washington on Saturday with Miklós Szánthó, Director General of the Center for Fundamental Rights (Alapjogokért Központ).
During a panel discussion on the closing day of the traditional gathering of American conservatives, the founder of CPAC Budapest said that the Hungarian conservative renaissance could lead the way for conservatives worldwide.
He stressed that
in Hungary the constitution also includes the triple unity of God, homeland, and family, and the constitution protects children in this spirit.
Szánthó compared the socio-political phenomena in the West to the former communist period, such as cancel culture, critical race theory, extreme political correctness, and the spread of LGBTQ ideology, which according to him, aim to silence people and deprive them of their most basic freedoms and national identity.
Szánthó stressed that CPAC Hungary, which will be held in May in Budapest this year, will also contribute to the effective unification of national forces in Europe.
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