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EU leaders need to take action against Hungary's anti-LGBT law | View

Jul 01, 2021 View Original Article
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  • Policy Leaning

    40% Medium Conservative

  • Politician Portrayal

    -62% Negative

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

52% : In fact, the Hungarian government not only shred the rights of asylum seekers, but it gradually restricted religious and academic freedom just as the freedom of association and assembly, to mention only a few examples.
49% : If EU leaders want to ensure that any violation of the human rights of EU citizens, such as discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation, is impermissible inside the European Union, they have to act accordingly.
46% : His recent legislation that prohibits sexual education programs with LGBTQI content and bans media contents depicting homosexuality and sex reassignment to people under 18 appears to be a watershed event in Hungary's relation with the rest of the European Union.
44% : Hungary's recent anti-LGBTQ law has once again put in the spotlight all the challenges Viktor Orbán's semi-authoritarian regime poses for the European integration.
43% : Following the lip-service paid to human rights, non-discrimination and the demonstration of Orbán's obvious isolation on the issue, now the European Commission is stepping in to address the violation of EU law with its own means, according to the usual modus operandi of the EU.

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