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The Hungarian Act for LGBTQI+ minorities and North Macedonia win in UEFA policy

This week, the Yellow Room took us to Budapest. After several cases of child abuse, the government passed a new bill to impose stricter penalties on pedophiles.

However, the new amendment places LGBTQI+ minorities in the same status as pedophiles and prohibits portraying homosexual and transgender identities to minors. To clarify these new amendments, we spoke with Vlad Makszimov of EURACTIV.

Staying outside of Brussels, we are talking about the European Football Championship and why North Macedonia asked UEFA to intervene after an Austrian player made inappropriate comments on the country’s Albanian minority. To learn more about this story, Niko Kurmayer from EURACTIV Germany joined us.





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