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Spain: PM Sánchez Says Government Won’t Allow Single Backward Step In Fight Against Sexual Discrimination

Eurasia Review Friday, 5 July 2019 ()
Spain’s Acting Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez declared that Spain will continue moving forwards in the fight against discrimination on grounds of sexual orientation or gender identity despite attempts by intolerant groups to take backward steps in this field. Pedro Sánchez reiterated the government’s commitment to ensure that...
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