Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban canceled a trip to Munich because of the LGBT propaganda scandal. This is written by Deutsche Welle.
Thus, Orban will not get to the match Germany — Hungary, which is scheduled to take place today, June 23.
The scandal began after the Munich authorities asked UEFA for permission to design rainbow lighting at the stadium: thus, the FRG wanted to express disagreement with the position of Budapest on LGBT propaganda.
“In communist Hungary, homosexuals were persecuted. And today, the state not only guarantees them equal rights but even actively protects them, “ the Hungarian prime minister said.
At the same time, the politician added that the Munich authorities cannot make decisions that relate to football matches on their own.
The authorities of the German city reacted to the law approved by the Hungarian parliament in mid-June. According to it, LGBT propaganda will be banned in schools and in educational programs for children. At the same time, UEFA banned Munich from making rainbow lighting. The Sports Association justified this by saying that it could not authorize a political action.