Watch: Could EU Kick Out Hungary Over LGBTQ+ Laws?

  • 1 Jul 2021 12:46 PM
Watch: Could EU Kick Out Hungary Over LGBTQ+ Laws?
Hungary announced new anti-LGBTQ+ laws earlier this month and since then the kickback has been huge, with some in the EU even calling for the country to be kicked out.

So in the last video below the scandal is explained in detail, along with the new laws and if it really could happen that Hungary leave the EU because of them. Before that short film there are several other vid clips from other reliable sources on the topic.

EU to Hungary's Orban: Respect LGBT rights or leave - Reuters



Anti-LGBT law passed in Hungary divides EU - RT News



Outrage at EU country’s homosexuality education bill - CNN



Hungarian PM's stance on LGBT rights 'indefensible': Former Italian PM Letta - FRANCE 24 English



Hungary's Orban says law is about how kids get sexually educated - FRANCE 24 English

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