After the Hungarian Two-Tailed Dog Party challenged one of the questions, the Kúria, Hungary’s supreme court, ruled that it could not be included in the referendum.
The question was: “Do you support the availability of sex reassignment therapy for minor children?”
The Supreme Court has annulled the decision of the National Electoral Committee to certify the question after examining the request for review filed by the [satirical] Hungarian Two-Tailed Dog Party (MKKP), HVG reports.
The MKKP criticized four questions of the referendum. Regarding this one, they said that it gives “the false impression that sex reassignment surgery for minors is available today,” even though it is not. Moreover, the questions “conflate transsexuality and intersexuality, so in many cases, it is not clear what exactly voters are voting on.”
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