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Adrián VÁZQUEZ LÁZARA Adrián VÁZQUEZ LÁZARA
Adrián VÁZQUEZ LÁZARA

Grupo Renew Europe

Miembro

España - Ciudadanos – Partido de la Ciudadanía (España)

Fecha de nacimiento : , Madrid

Inicio Adrián VÁZQUEZ LÁZARA

Presidente

JURI
Comisión de Asuntos Jurídicos

Miembro

CPCO
Conferencia de Presidentes de Comisión
D-CN
Delegación para las Relaciones con la República Popular China

Suplente

AGRI
Comisión de Agricultura y Desarrollo Rural
DSEE
Delegación para las Relaciones con Bosnia y Herzegovina y Kosovo

Últimas actividades

Violación del Derecho de la Unión y de los derechos de los ciudadanos LGBTIQ en Hungría como consecuencia de las modificaciones legales aprobadas por el Parlamento húngaro (B9-0412/2021, B9-0413/2021) EN

08-07-2021
Explicaciones de voto por escrito

. – On 15 June 2021, the Hungarian Parliament voted in favour of amendments proposed by Fidesz MPs that severely restrict freedom of speech and children’s rights. The Law prohibits the ‘portrayal and promotion of gender identity different from sex assigned at birth, the change of sex and homosexuality’ in schools, in television programmes and in publicly available advertisements on any platforms for persons aged under 18, even for educational purposes; the Law disqualifies such content from being considered as a public service announcement or social responsibility advertisement even if intended for adults; the Law introduces amendments to the Child Protection Act, the Family Protection Act, the Act on Business Advertising Activity, the Media Act and the Public Education Act.
I consider this law in breach of EU law and of the rights of LGBTIQ citizens in Hungary, in particular the freedom to provide services and freedom of movement of goods as set out in the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union, the Audiovisual Media Services Directive and e-commerce Directive in conjunction with the Charter of Fundamental Rights. Therefore I voted in favour of the resolution "Breaches of EU law and of the rights of LGBTIQ citizens in Hungary as a result of the adopted legal changes in the Hungarian Parliament".

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