The President of Republika Srpska, Milorad Dodik, announced a legislative initiative to stop the indoctrination and exploitation of children by LGBTQ activists in the country. The proposed law, which is expected to be adopted by the legislative assembly in the coming months, is designed to prohibit access to kindergartens, schools, and universities by LGBTQ activists.
“Republika Srpska will pass a law in the next few months that will ban members of LGBT organizations from approaching educational institutions,” Dodik told local television. “So, kindergartens, schools, and universities. They will not be able to work, approach or spread propaganda.”
Dodik emphasized that the law is not directed against individuals belonging to the LGBTQ community, but rather at activists who seek to promote and advocate for the lifestyle among the youth and to indoctrinate children. “It is the freedom of every human. I am not disputing that everyone can do what they like. I have nothing against that, against them, unless I don’t want them near me. This is where my stance on that ends,” the President explained.