The presentation of the film about the Ukrainian LGBT-community in Chernivtsi ripped off about 30 people in masks and camouflage.
in Chernivtsi about 30 active participants in the organizations "Right branch*" (an extremist Organization banned in Russia) and "Azov" broke the presentation of the documentary film "This is gay propaganda," which is illuminated chronicle of the events of the coup in Ukraine in the context of the Ukrainian LGBT community, reports UNIAN.
It is noted that the presentation was scheduled in the creative center in Chernivtsi, but in the room came from the citizens in masks and camouflage and began to demand to stop the presentation of the film because it " promotes homosexuality, while on the East the war continues ". They blocked the projector, preventing the audience to watch the movie. After a dispute between organizers of the show and the activists dispersed from the scene. Remember also, in the last month of summer in Odessa there was held a gay pride parade, during which the on duty police at the event " squeezed near the wall of about fifteen people trying to get to the column, to violate the order and to Express their ideas." In November past year, the fifth attempt, the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine amended the Employment rule, which prohibits discrimination in employment on the basis of sexual orientation. The amendment is part of the So-called visa-free package of laws, the adoption of which the European Union sets a condition for visa-free entry into the Schengen area for Ukrainian citizens. Authorized the LGBT community are not just carried out the action in Kiev and other Ukrainian cities. During such events, the supporters of the empowerment of commissioners homosexual often had conflicts with their opponents. So, in June last year on "equality March" in Kiev, which was attended by about 300 people, in the process of collision damaged eleven policemen and several protesters.
* Organization, regarding which the court accepted entered into legal force of the conclusion About destruction or prohibition of activity on the grounds stipulated by the Federal law "On countering extremist activity"