French government creates post of LGBTQ rights 'ambassador'

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Exactly 40 years after France repealed the offence of homosexuality, introduced by the wartime collaborationist Vichy regime, Prime Minister Élisabeth Borne on Thursday announced the creation of an official post of ambassador for LGBTQ rights.

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French Prime Minister Élisabeth Borne on Thursday announced the creation of a new position of ambassador for LGBTQ rights in efforts to fight discrimination across the world, reports FRANCE 24.