DrStadiums in Germany and monuments and sites in various European cities – including the Grand-Place in Brussels and the Federal Parliament in Belgium – have reworked slogans: Marking the match between Germany and Hungary, the colors of the LGBTQI+ community came out on Wednesday night. With the same message: opposing a Hungarian law that discriminates against sexual minorities, and at the same time condemning the European Football Association (UEFA), which refused to allow the city of Munich to light its stadium in protest of the colors of the rainbow. Long before the meeting began, all this, a jump from football to politics – sometimes back and forth – sparked widespread controversy that the absence of the Hungarian Prime Minister in the stands added to the assertion … in front of a spectator carrying a rainbow flag who in turn appeared on the grass at the time of the anthem Hungarian National.
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