Katalin Novák, Minister of State for Family, Youth and International Affairs, Ministry of Human Capacities, Hungary.

The nation of Hungary just elected its first female president and she is both pro-life and pro-family.

Hungarian lawmakers elected Katalin Novak, a former cabinet minister, as the country’s first female president. Novak, 44, was elected for a five-year term on Thursday with the required two-thirds majority of parliamentary votes. Novak is a a former Family Affairs Minister who has touted the importance of chilren in a society that embraces killing babies in aboritons.

In her victory speech, Novak talked about the importance of families — including her own — and said, “Having children was one of the most important decisions of our lives.”

“I am ready for this task, I am all prepared. I have to represent all Hungarians. I will remain who I am,” she said. “To do this, I will not take the cross from my neck, but I will press it to my heart,” she added.

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Janie Tompkins
Janie Tompkins
3 months ago

Sounds like the kind of President all Countries needs. Hope she lives up to her promise.

Gene Ralno
Gene Ralno
3 months ago

I wonder if this moved Hungary up on Putin’s hit list. Seeing NATO, UN and EU responses to his domination, he won’t respond until he sees the onion domes turned to rubble.