Our thanks to Len for this. The Hungarian Minister of State for Family and Youth Affairs is Katalin Novák, a woman (predictably). Extracts from the piece:
Since 2015, the Hungarians have also transformed their tax and benefits system to help encourage stable families and allow them to have children without the woman being penalised in her career and pay. [J4MB: It’s still OK for the man to be penalised.]…
On top of this couples can take out a low loan interest of around £40,000 and a second general purpose loan of around £28,000.
The second loan will be cancelled if families have three or more children and women will also have their student tuition fees paid off and have their mortgages reduced. [J4MB: Men won’t have their student tuititon fees paid off, nor have their mortgages reduced.]
As usual, “family friendly policies” are primarily advantageous for women, and mainly funded by male taxpayers.
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