No politics please: UEFA ban fuels backlash against Hungary anti-LGBT law

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    Thank you #UEFA, are saying human rights activists. By siding with #Budapest and barring #Munich city hall from displaying #rainbow-coloured lights for #Germany-Hungary, European #football’s governing body has unwittingly drawn attention to Hungary’s new #anti-gay #legislation that de facto criminalizes references to homosexuality. We ask about the backlash.

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