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“No matter what methods are used to attack the National Consultation survey and the government’s position, the government maintains that it does not want war, immigration or gender propaganda in schools,” the Government Information Centre (KTK) said on Friday in reaction to complaints filed against the public survey. “The left-wing politicians and activists who have filed complaints against the National Consultation are the same ones who, with their funding from abroad, have made it clear dozens of times that they are not looking out for Hungary’s interests,” the office said in a statement. They said the “foreign-funded left” supported weapons deliveries and the European Union’s migration pact, and wanted to scrap Hungary’s child protection law. “We stand by the position that only the Hungarian people can decide on their own future,” KTK said, adding that this was supported by the results of the government’s survey.