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Hungarians speak out on anti-LGBT+ law as EU pushes for its repeal

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By Arthur Neslen BRUSSELS (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – A Hungarian law banning the promotion of homosexuality in schools came into force on Thursday, as the European Parliament voted to use its legal and economic muscle to pressure the east European nation to repeal the legislation. The Thomson Reuters Foundation spoke to four people from Hungary’s LGBT+ community about the impact of the ban: Andrea Terez Sztraka, LGBT+ education charity worker “Many of my homosexual friends are depressed,” said Sztraka, 29, of the Getting to Know LGBT People (GTK) prog…

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