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Serbia Passes
Antidiscrimination Law

Serbia Passes
Antidiscrimination Law

Lawmakers in Serbia approved a law banning discrimination against people based on sexual orientation, gender, and several other factors on Thursday.

Lawmakers in Serbia approved a law banning discrimination against people based on sexual orientation, gender, and several other factors on Thursday.

The bill passed 127-59 -- only one vote over the minimum needed to pass -- according to the Associated Press.

The legislation was proposed to put Serbia, a conservative nation, more in line with European Union policies.

In addition to sexual orientation and gender, the law bans discrimination on the basis of race, religion, health condition, mental condition, financial status, language, age, or disability.

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