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In recent news, Hungarian President Katalin Novak has resigned due to mounting pressure over her decision to grant a pardon to a man convicted of covering up sexual abuse cases in a children’s home. This revelation was reported by a local news website about a week ago, leading both the President and the Minister of Justice, Judit Varga, to resign in response.

Novak has since acknowledged her mistake in granting the pardon, stating that she made the decision last April based on her belief that the convict did not abuse the vulnerability of the children he supervised. However, this decision has sparked controversy and opposition from many, who believe that it was an unjustified act of leniency.

The decision to resign by Novak was a result of popular pressure and opposition parties calling for her resignation. It’s important to note that Orban has been the prime minister since 2010 and is an ally of the former Hungarian president. As such, his role in this matter cannot be overlooked.

This incident highlights the importance of accountability and transparency in government decisions, especially when they involve sensitive issues such as child welfare. It also serves as a reminder that even those in positions of power must be held accountable for their actions and face consequences when they make mistakes.

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