In a recently adopted resolution, the European Parliament condemned Italy, Poland and Hungary over their use of anti-rights, anti-gender and anti-LGBTQ rhetoric.
The resolution text also revealed the Parliament’s concern about the global spread of anti-rights, anti-gender, and anti-LGBTQ movements, fueled by political and religious leaders worldwide, including those in the EU.
Out of the 527 Members of the European Parliament who voted, 282 approved the resolution, 235 opposed it, and 10 abstained. This resolution is part of a larger initiative that calls for the universal decriminalisation of homosexuality and transgender identity.
The amendment had been added to a resolution calling for the universal decriminalization of homosexuality and transgender identity, in response to newly adopted anti-homosexuality legislation in Uganda.
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