Dveri movement requests 100-year ban on pride parades

NEWS 05.09.202213:48
Tanjug/Dragan Kujundžić

The conservative Dveri movement has asked the Serbian Parliament to adopt its declaration on the legal prohibition of homosexuality and transgender propaganda among minors, the Beta agency reported.

The declaration, submitted to the Parliament speaker, also asks that “the gay parade” be banned in Serbia for a period of 100 years, which should be verified by a people’s referendum.

The declaration was presented by Dveri MPs Bosko Obradovic and Ivan Kostic at a press conference in the Serbian Parliament.

The document also calls for the introduction of a new national holiday – Family Day, and for a ban on the promotion of non-traditional sexual relations among minors on the Internet, social networks and in public spaces in order to preserve the health and development of young people, Beta reported.

Dveri insists on a ban on propaganda of homosexuality „aimed at shaping non-traditional sexual attitudes among minors.“

The movement further requests the establishment of a legal environment that guarantees the preservation and protection of children’s biological gender and identity, and asks that the law provide for the punishment of legal and natural persons who publicly promote non-traditional sexual relations and sex change among minors.