Valladolid Judge Rules against Public Building Hanging the LGBTQ Flag

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VALLADOLID judge rules against public building hanging the LGBT flag after court case is raised by Christian Lawyers group.

The LGBTQ flag has been hung on many public buildings in recent years to show support and inclusivity, and it was not the first time the flag had been hung in Valladolid. The Christian Lawyers group took the case to court and after six months a ruling has been made.

This is the only time that a Spanish court has given a ruling a to prevent a flag being hung from a public building. The judge defended the decision stating that the Supreme Court had forbidden non official flags, in order to maintain the neutrality of public buildings.

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