More than half of the 27 EU members opposed the law, but so far the Czechs have not. Zeman stated that the conviction amounted to meddling in the internal affairs of the Czech Republic.

Czech presidents have limited executive powers, however the current president and his predecessors maintain great influence in public debate.

Zeman also spoke in favor of the policies of Russia and China, while criticizing immigration from Muslim countries.

The president pointed out that the Hungarian prime minister is against “manipulation” of parents and children in sex education, but not “against homosexuals.”

“I see no reason to disagree with him, because I am completely annoyed by the suffragettes, the Me Too movement and the Prague Pride”, Zeman added.

Unless it backs down on the law, Hungary faces a legal challenge in the highest court in the EU. Luxembourg Prime Minister Xavier Bettel said Orban should also undergo an unproven procedure to cut off EU funding for those who violate the rules.

Orban, Hungarian prime minister since 2010, has become more conservative and combative in promoting what he says are traditional Christian values ​​versus what he sees as excessive Western liberalism.

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Before last week’s summit, he told reporters that the law was intended to guarantee the right of parents to decide on the sexual education of their children.

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