FRANCISCO S. TATAD
FRANCISCO S. TATAD

BUDAPEST: After three days of exhaustive presentations on the state of the human family today, delegates from some 60 countries concluded the 11th World Congress of Families, otherwise billed as the Budapest Family Summit, in this city, with a message that clearly transported the issue of the family from the fringes of European politics to its very center, with Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s Hungarian government leading the charge. After Europe the rest of the First World should follow.

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