The French Government is demanding sanctions for homophobic chants in the PSG stands

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He Government French will demand punishment for homophobic chants heard this Sunday in Princes Park, in the “classic” of the French League, which ended in a local victory for Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) 4-0 against Olympique de Marseille (OM).

“It is unthinkable to remain deaf to these chants of hatred and homophobia in our stands. Whatever the rivalry and what is at stake, they must be fought relentlessly by the fans, those involved in the competition, the authorities and the powers of public” , the French Sports Minister said today, Amélie Oudéa-Castérathrough the social network X (formerly Twitter).

Oudéa-Castéra He also indicated that his portfolio had been launched yesterday to guarantee a “strong response” and that the matter had been referred to the disciplinary commission of Professional Soccer League French.

He also invited the PSG to “file a complaint to identify the culprits and bring them to justice, so they can be kicked out of the stadiums.”

In that sense, the minister recalled that, thanks to a law approved in May, “once the matter is referred to the courts, the bans on access to the stadiums for such serious crimes will be systematic .”

“Our message is clear: total stability against what is unacceptable. And the joint struggle of all interested parties has intensified,” he stressed.

The French interministerial delegate for the fight against racism, anti-Semitism and hatred against LGBT people, Olivier Klein, also spoke about this matter, saying he was “shocked by the unbearable homophobic chants heard in the Parc des Princes .”

Kleinin a message to

Source: La Verdad

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