Thirteen EU countries denounce Hungary’s new anti-LGBT law
Euronews says Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg led the charge against Hungary’s anti-LGBT law on Tuesday as European affairs ministers from the 27 EU countries met to discuss the rule of law.
In total, 13 member states out of 27 voiced their disapproval of the Hungarian law.
Last week, the Hungarian parliament passed a new law tabled by the government of Prime Minister Viktor Orbán that bans the portrayal of homosexuality and sex reassignment in school education material and TV programmes addressed to people under 18 years of age.
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