Katalin Erzsebet Bradacs, 44, has been arrested and charged with the murder of her son, Alex Juhasz.
"We will not make make compromises about the future of our children," Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said.
Former Vice President Mike Pence praised Hungary's lowered abortion rates under Prime Minister Viktor Orban.
Romney also criticized those involved in the January 6 Capitol riot as he defended the U.S. constitution.
"Tucker Carlson Tonight" will be airing from the Hungarian capital as the Fox News host also plans to attend a far-right conference during his stay.
The vote will include five questions asking participants on whether they think LGBT and sex reassignment content should be available to children, and if sex reassignment procedures should be accessible to minors.
"Our perspective is that staying silent would essentially be an acknowledgement that the government is indeed involved in this," the chairman of Hungary's parliamentary national security committee told the Associated Press.
Author Noemi Kiss called making LGBT literature off-limits "absurd" and "a limitation of freedom of opinion and expression."
"If there is such a loss of confidence in certain vaccines, then the government needs to order a third dose and free up the capacities for giving them," Budapest Deputy Mayor Ambrus Kiss said.
Critics say Hungary's law, which went into effect Thursday, stigmatizes and marginalizes the LGBTQ community.
"It is important for all kids, not just ones in same-sex families, to see these families reflected in books—just as they exist in the world," said the book's author.
A new surge of infections took over the country, registering over 20,000 new coronavirus cases and around 600 deaths every day since last Thursday. On Tuesday, 20,616 new cases were recorded.
"Being gay is not a choice. You know, I did not just wake up one day after watching some advertising or Modern Family and just become gay," Luxembourg Prime Minister Xavier Bettel said.
"Respect and tolerance are at the core of the European project. We are committed to carry on with this effort, making sure that future European generations grow up in an atmosphere of equality and respect," said a jointly signed letter by EU leaders.
Many Hungarian fans appeared bemused at the sight outside the Euro 2020 soccer championship matchup between Germany and Hungary in Munich.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel joined other EU lawmakers in criticizing a Hungarian law that will ban sharing LGBT or sex reassignment content with children, saying the legislation "is wrong" and "incompatible" with her political ideals.
A new law was designed to crack down on pedophilia but contains amendments that make it appear as if pedophilia and homosexuality are linked. The law banned any content with homosexuality or sex reassignment to be shared with minors.
"We in Munich certainly won't let ourselves be discouraged from sending a clear signal to Hungary and the world," said Munich Mayor Dieter Reiter said.
Hungary's parliament has passed a law which prevents under 18-year-olds from watching any content which is seen to promote gay rights or gender reassignment.
A Hungarian official said "pedophiles" can't hide after the government finalized a law Tuesday banning LGBT content for children. Human rights group called the legislation anti-LGBT.
The legislation, introduced to the country's parliament on Thursday, would strictly prohibit school children from being exposed to content that encourages gender change or homosexuality.
With 54% of their population having the first dose of the vaccine and 38% fully vaccinated, Hungary will end government-run COVID vaccination centers and instead leave it up to individuals to get schedule them at select locations.
These leaders are unabashed about the superiority of their unique cultural and national heritages over the Brussels-based European Union siren song.
The government faced criticism on Tuesday after it voted to transfer billions of dollars of state assets into foundations that will control many of the nation's public universities and cultural institutions.
The Euro-federalist consensus in Brussels is no doubt solid, but so is the determination of Poles and Hungarians not to be bullied.