EU’s Von der Leyen condemns Hungary’s anti-LGBTQ law in Hungary as it comes in force, threatens punishment | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

EU’s Von der Leyen condemns Hungary’s anti-LGBTQ law in Hungary as it comes in force, threatens punishment

President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, has slammed Hungary’s anti-LGBTQ law as a ‘disgrace’ and has implored the country to reverse it or face punishment.

Von der Leyen strongly condemned Hungary for its decision to proceed with enforcing the controversial anti-LGBTQ law, as it came into force on Wednesday. Speaking in Strasbourg’s European Parliament, she said it used “the protection of children…to discriminate against people because of their sexual orientation,” which she called a “disgrace.”

The president of the European Commission also took to Twitter to further criticize Hungary’s law, confirming that “Europe will never allow parts of our society to be stigmatized.”

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