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manifestation in Hungary against a law prohibiting the representation of homosexuality
© Gergely Bessenyei / AFP protesters gather near Parliament in Budapest on June 14, 2021, during a demonstration against the law of the Hungarian Government. To prohibit the "promotion" of homosexuality and sex change, which will be discussed by the Hungarian MPs Tuesday. More than 5,000 Hungarians demonstrated Monday in Budapest against a law that should be approved by Parliament Tuesday and which will prohibit the "representation" of homosexuality and transsexuality in the public space.
The Munich Arena is intended to light up in the game of DFB-ELF against Hungary colorful. Willi Orban from RB Leipzig, who plays at the German opponent, did not mind.
Hungary's defender Willi Orban would welcome a colorful glowing alliance Arena at the decisive EM group game against Germany on Wednesday in Munich.
"I would like it personally if the stadium would be colorful," said the defender of RB Leipzig on Monday in the Hungarian EM district in Telki Budapest: "I have so far only blue seen in the second league against 1860 Munich and red against FC Bayern. Therefore, I would be glad if the lamps are allowed to light up colorful."
EM 2021: Hungary vs. Portugal Live: CR7 enters the EM stage
at the European Championships 2021 Thought today Hungary and Poland the first game of the group F. Here you can follow the game in the live ticker. © Provided by Spox The European Championship is the first duel in the group F between Hungary and defending champion Portugal. Does the home team sunth the team of Cristiano Ronaldo a surprise? Our live Scores You missed nothing guaranteed.
Orban: "Only the media noticed"
of the 28-year-old also said he had noticed the plans only about the media and did not know how great the topic was in Germany. On Monday
It goes to "a sign in the sense of cosmopolitanity and tolerance" as well as "a widely visible signal for our common value understanding," it says in the letter from Lord Mayor Dieter Rider to the UEFA President Aleksander Cefer and the German Exko member Rainer Koch.Everything about Football EM 2021 at Sport1:
Slovenia: thirty years of independence in the shadow of an authoritative drifting .
© - Johanna Geron Prime Minister Slovenian Janez Janša at the European summit of Brussels of May 25, 2021. Slovenia commemorates this Friday the 30th anniversary its independence in the division. Since returning to power, Prime Minister Janez Janša is walking in the footsteps of Viktor Orban. Many Slovenians denounce a betrayal of the ideals of June 25, 1991.