Hungary To Launch National Consultation On Family Policy

  • 17 Sep 2018 8:12 AM
  • Hungary Matters
Hungary To Launch National Consultation On Family Policy
Hungary’s government will survey citizens on family policy in a national consultation that will launch in just a couple of weeks, state secretary Csaba Dömötör said at an annual meeting of the National Association of Large Families (NOE) in Tata, in the northwest of the country.

It is the stated goal of the government to make Hungary a family-friendly place, Dömötör said. “We want to decide together on further measures necessary to achieve this goal in the framework of a national consultation,” he added.

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