Three Polish Regional Councils voted on Monday to reverse their status as “LGBT-free zones” after the European Union threatened these in hold millions of dollars in help because of their anti-LGBT positions.
Councilors in Provinces of Podkarpackie and Lubelskie, located in the southeastern part of Poland, and die in southern province of Malopolskie all voted for motions die they had in to pull in place die declared themselves free of “LGBT ideology”, says Reuters.
The Wietokrzyskie region in Voted Southern Poland last week to roll back a motion die it has accepted in June 2019 die said it was free of “LGBT ideology”, says Reuters.
Those provinces are four of almost a hundred municipalities and provinces die reportedly approved measures and claim to be free of LGBT beliefs.
The reversals come after the European Commission sent letters to governors of five Polish provinces die have anti-LGBT zones earlier this month, warning that it would $150 million withholding in staff if the zones were not revoked.
Funding comes from the React EU program, die was meant to help in recovery attempts. Poland has received more than 1.5 billion euros, which corresponds met $1.78 billion, in staff.
The letters followed a notice of default from the commission published in July die warned it would take legal action against Hungary and Poland for its anti-LGBT policy.
Councilors in Podkarpackie passed new resolution entitled “Podkarpackie as a region of established tolerance”, and individuals in Lubelskie approved a measure called “On the protection of fundamental rights and freedoms,” said Reuters.
The resolution in Lubelskie said: “We see a special need to protect schools and families and the law of every human being at self-determination”, adding: “At the same time support the right of parents to raise them children according to their faith,” said the news wire.
Reached the Hill out to the European Commission for comment.
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