Hungary’s natalist policy struggles to bear fruit despite being held up as a model

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The emigration of workers to Western Europe has accelerated the decline. In Budapest, “We do not want to turn Hungary into a society without a future, full of women hating men and feminized men terrified by women who only see family and children as obstacles to their personal fulfillment. Behind the speeches, oscillating between paternalism and conservatism, there is an alarming reality: since the early 1980s, more people have been dying than being born in Hungary.

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