EU Could Halt Hungary's COVID-19 Relief Payments Over LGBT Censorship Law
European Union could halt Hungary's COVID-19 relief payments over the country's new LGBT censorship law, said EU Parliament President David Sassoli.The Hungarian bill, which passed last week, prohibits showing LGBT issues, homosexualty and sex reassignment content to individuals under 18 in sex education programs, movies and advertisements, the Associated Press reported. It still needs an official endorsement by Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who said, "it's not about homosexuality, it's about the kids and the parents." The law has been described as discrimination by many outraged EU leaders."Respect and tolerance are at the core of the European project.