It was a symbolic act full of emotions. British Labor MP Lloyd Russell-Moyle spoke with the people that he was counting on HIV, ten years ago, between the applause of their lords who were discussing health at the time.
Russell-Moyle said that after fearing rejection from others, Russell-Moyle was now the advocate of causes, so positive people are encouraged to live naturally and for those who have doubts. "It is better to live in knowledge than to die in fear, "he warned.
He is the first deputy to report his status in Parliament and to post others to have HIV.
Their line boss Jeremy Corbyn said he was a "brilliant and historical" speech, The Deputy received a number of demonstrations of support and congratulations for his courage.
Russell-Moyle decided to make an emotional announcement on the eve World AIDS Day which is celebrated on Saturday. And one of the main difficulties of this disease is to fight social stigma.
The motto of this year's day is You know your state,
"It's time to generalize HIV testing, allow more people access to treatment, allocate more resources to prevent new infections and end stigma." At this critical time, we have to make the right path. "says UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on the site dedicated to this day.