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Orban: Nation to benefit from 'even stronger' family policy

November 9th, 2018

The government's enhanced support for families will "benefit the whole nation, including young people" in the long run, Prime Minister Viktor Orban told public Kossuth Radio on Friday. "Young people often plan a family ... and then face financial difficulties," Orban said, adding that he wanted to build a Hungary in which young people are not forced to change their plans due to money worries. Compared with other European Union members, Hungary has the highest family support in relation to GDP, the prime minister said, noting government efforts to reverse negative population trends. "Hungary's population is steadily decreasing," Orban said, adding that measures must be geared towards ensuring an adequate replacement rate.


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