Lunacek Report (#LBGT rights) adopted by European Parliament

The European Parliament (EP) adopted the Lunacek Report, officially known as a report on “The EU Roadmap against homophobia and discrimination on grounds of sexual orientation and gender identity.” We can safely attest that the Members of European Parliament (MEP) who voted in favor of the report did so against the wishes of the people. In total, nearly 210,000 people signed a petition on CitizenGO against the Lunacek Report.

The opposition against the Lunacek Report was the single greatest demonstration against an EP report.

The LGBT lobby has a full functioning wing inside the EP.
We may have lost this battle, but the war for families in Europe is anything but over. The current status of the Lunacek Report is non-binding, but each member state reserves the right to incorporate it into local law, thus making it binding for that individual member state.

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