With a special reason, the Fostered Hoppál Péter, who has been fired at the last weeks of non-child-bearing European leaders, The former secretary of state of culture told hvg.hu that he did not want to kick politicians who did not have a child, but they were sorry him very much that someone did.

He was deeply confused about explaining his post that was published last week on childless European politicians by Péter Hoppál, former secretary of state for culture. The Fidesz politician was questioned Monday by what Máté Kocsis, the group chairman, said after he shot in the photo last week. It's a car indexhe said that he disapproved his post yesterday and warned that he was not lucky enough to put it on the subject of the strictest privacy of the people.

Hoppál Péter, on the question hvg.hu, in fact denied that Kocsis had reprimanded the entry and claimed that the post was adjusted on Sunday (three days after the original). (the in fact this means that in a few lines the accusation has begun a mixed explanation of the fact that "some taste aggressors" have uttered their words – ed.)

"I also told the head of the faction that I had adjusted this post on Sunday and how I was writing my words because I did not write anything you described about me, and he said he was okay. and he completely agreed with what I wrote. & # 39;

– explained the secretary-general, but the java came afterwards: Hoppál Péter tried to obscure the motive for childhood by saying that it was only in the post subsidiary company It played a role. After a few punishments later, the politician came to see how astonished the case was and how regrettable he was to get some European decision-makers on a youthful basis. (Which, of course, has accentuated it more with a remarkable remark – the ed). It is worth listening to, 0.34 is really exciting:

The debate and the case, Péter Hoppál, ended with saying that he was right because he knew when he released a post regarding the purpose, but it was misinterpreted as a "rent journalist & # 39 ;.

After the approval of the Sargentini report, the former secretary of culture, after the approval of the Sargentini report, they shared a montage showing childless politicians, and wrote about them that they were irrelevant to the future, at home, Europe and Christian culture.

The Hoppál reshaped photograph only mentions the Hungarian rapporteur, Judith Sargentini, but the others have only the title, but all those who have challenged Viktor Orbán in any form to defend Hungarian democracy and human rights.

On the basis of childhood, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, British Prime Minister Theresa May, French President Emmanuel Macron and Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven and Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the European Commission, were depicted in childhood, but Nicola Sturgeon, the Scottish Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon had talked to him in 2011 to date him and then went through a very painful period with his husband. In a recent radio interview, Theresa May also explained why she did not have a child: "It is very sad for them, it was not a parent to be older."

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