Two former Communist nations are struggling to lead the way to protect the family and life in Europe.
Both Hungary and Poland are trying to pave their way through pressure from the European Union and the West on social and moral values.
Joseph Grabowski of the International Organization for the Family tells One News Now Hungary has amended its constitution to define marriage in the natural way.
"It further specifies what really ought to go without saying but unfortunately in 2020 needs to be said, which is that the mother is a woman and the father is a man," Grabowski details. "It's a longstanding policy matter in Hungary that children deserve both a mother and a father."
He believes Poland, which opposes abortion, and Hungary want to emerge from the influence of the old Soviet Bloc, "which also was an attack on liberty, an attack on religion, and an attack the family only to find themselves now consenting western post-modern liberalism and the values and ethics of Hollywood.... They're really in a tight spot," Grabowski laments.
The European Union is already lambasting Poland for wanting to be a pro-life state, and Hungary seems to be next on the list for wanting to preserve the natural family and marriage.