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European Union to investigate Hungary over anti-LGBT law

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Hungary is being investigated by the European Commission over a new law that bans the sharing of content that portrays homosexuality or sex reassignment with people under the age of 18.The law, which was introduced by Fidesz, the movement of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, will target educational materials at schools and TV shows that target minors and has been described as a broad-based attack on the country's LGBT community ahead of a crucial election in 2022.It will also include a searchable register of convicted paedophiles and an increase in penalties for those convicted for child sex offences. "No one can get away with atrocities with light punishments and parole,” said Csaba Domotor, Fidesz state secretary, on June 15.But.

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