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“The ECt HR’s decision to communicate the case to the Lithuanian Government clearly indicates that derogatory and threatening comments against LGBT* community in Lithuania have become a social norm,” – notes the lawyer of the association LGL Tomas Vytautas Raskevičius, who is representing the applicants before the Strasbourg Court.“The Lithuanian authorities have intentionally refused to investigate into complaints about hate crimes and hate speech against LGBT* community throughout the years; thus, the atmosphere of impunity fuelling homophobia is being created in Lithuania.After the appeal the same decision was upheld by the two higher instance courts.The final instance court stated that “[t]he majority of the society of the Republic of Lithuania very much appreciate traditional family values.Accra Mayor, Mohammed Adjei Sowah, Francis Abekah, Director Europe Bureau, Ministry Of Foreign Affairs and Destination Management Consultant and the CEO of Kaya Tours Company Ltd, Abeiku Aggrey Santana were among the dignitaries to officially open the Consulate.Ghana recognized Lithuania de jure on 23 December 1991.Vaidas describes himself as a "huge LGBT supporter".
Applicants, who are represented by the National LGBT* Rights Organization LGL, claim that the prosecutor’s office and the national courts have unlawfully refused to start a pre-trial investigation regarding homophobic online comments against the applicants on the social network “Facebook”; thus, the Lithuanian authorities have violated the applicants’ rights to respect for private life, effective legal remedy and non-discrimination on grounds of sexual orientation enshrined in the European Convention on Human Rights.
"We must find a way to live in tolerance and equality in the world, and change the major opinion about gay men and women in my country."People are afraid of things they don't understand.
We have to show them that in this case the fear is inadequate.
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The majority of online comments were inciting hatred and violence against LGBT* people in general, while a number of comments were directly threatening the two gay men in question. The National LGBT* Rights Organization LGL lodged a complaint on behalf of two gay men in question to the Prosecutor General regarding 31 comments on their social media profile.