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Budapest. Sebastian Vettel has set a statement for diversity in Budapest before the Formula 1 race and sharply criticizes Hungary's government in a statement.
The four-time Formula 1 World Champion Sebastian Vettel has criticized the Hungarian government violently in view of the restricted rights for homosexuals. "I think it's embarrassing for a country that is in the EU to have or coordinate such laws," said the 34-year-old before the Grand Prix in Hungary on Sunday (15 o'clock / Sky).
Vettel can not understand "why they fall so hard," the Aston-Martin pilot emphasized: "Everyone is free to do what he wants. That's exactly the point. We had so many occasions in the past to learn."
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Most recently, Hungary's legal national head of government Viktor Orban had announced a referendum on a controversial law against "advertising" for homosexuality. In the run-up to the race Vettel wore white sneakers with a rainbow pattern. "I just want to express the support for those who are affected," Vettel said.
The Seven World Champion Lewis Hamilton also expressed his support. "To all in this beautiful country Hungary," wrote the Englishman to his followers on Instagram with rainbow background: "I want to pronounce my support to all affected by the anti-LGBTQ + laws."
It is "unacceptable, fig and misleading" if the rulers propose such a law. "Everyone deserves the freedom to be himself, regardless of who someone loves or as someone identifies," emphasized Hamilton and asked the Hungarian population to submit their voice in the referendum to protect the rights of the LGBTQ + community.
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