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

Human rights activists are saying thank you to UEFA. By siding with Budapest and barring Munich city hall from displaying rainbow-coloured lights for the Germany-Hungary match, European football's governing body has unwittingly drawn attention to Hungary's new anti-gay legislation that de facto criminalises references to homosexuality. We ask about the backlash and the support of Viktor Orban's government for UEFA's position that sports shouldn't mix with politics and religion.

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