Two Young Men Holding A Horse At The Animal Market Of Kochkor, KyrgyzstanIn a bipartisan letter supported by Human Rights First and signed by 23 House members, including all members of the House Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus, Members of the U.S. House of Representatives urged the Kyrgyzstan Parliament (Jogorku Kanesh) to reject a discriminatory propaganda law currently under consideration. The letter called on the Speaker of Jorgorku Kanesh, Asylbek Sharipovich Jeenbekov, to prevent further advancement of this legislation which, if passed, would violate Kyrgyzstan’s constitution by denying basic rights to the country’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community. READ FULL

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