The acting President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, has warned that his Executive "will never take a step back" and will not allow "aggressions, threats or intimidation attempts to take their place", and has assured the members of the collective LGTBI that will never "frighten them again".
Sanchez said at the ceremony that took place this Wednesday at the Moncloa Palace under the motto "Pride of our diversity, 50 years of Stonewall", in which he stressed that the Government "will be firm in recovering the memory of those who were arrested and mortified and could not love who they loved. "
He recalled the homophobic incident registered in a hamburger shop in Barcelona, as well as the request by the "far right" in the Valencian Courts of the LGTBI activists who work with children "returning to the insidy as a way of doing politics" .
Sanchez has lamented that these attitudes will not disappear overnight, but has assured that "they will not condition our lives or politics" because Spain has decided never to question one of the main rights we have. human beings, "that is the right to be happy".
(tagsToTranslate) Sanchez (t) secures (t) collective (t) defense (t) LGTBI