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Hundreds of demonstrators bags off to London's luxury hotel in protest against antihomowet in Brunei
Hundreds of people have today in London hotel The Dorchester manifested against the introduction of stoning for homosexuality or adultery in the state of Brunei. The hotel is owned by the sultan of Brunei.

"If the sultan remains deaf to calls for fairness and compassion, we find that the British government every diplomatic, economic and military band need to break with the regime in Brunei,” said Peter Tatchell of the British gay movement to the crowd. the

The sultanate is a member of the Commonwealth and still has a British garrison on its territory. At the beginning of this month, it was announced that the sultan new laws had been introduced on the basis of the sharia. Under the new legislation risk lesbian, gay, bisexual in addition to the death penalty also beaten. Thieves are risking the amputation of a hand or a foot.

also Read Boycott against homophobic sultan of Brunei swells: large companies are heeding the call to Boycott

Hollywood stars such as Ellen DeGeneres and George Clooney called earlier for a boycott of the hotels sultan. The Financial Times, Deutsche Bank and the British TV Choice Awards let all know that they no longer want to use the services of The Dorchester in London.

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