It is symbolic, emotional. The British Parliament Member, Lloyd Russell-Moyle, spoke to the public to count the contracted HIV ten years ago, among the applause of their nobles, who argued about health at that time.
Russell-Moyle said that after living in fear of rejection from other people has now become a supporter of the cause, so HIV-positive people are encouraged to live naturally and for those who have doubts, let them do "Better live in knowledge than die in scared, "he warned.
He was the first deputy to announce his status in the DPR and the second to announce that he was infected with HIV.
Their boss, Jeremy Corbyn, said that he was a person "brilliant and historical" speech. The Deputy has received many demonstrations of support and survived his courage.
Russell-Moyle decided to make an emotional announcement at night 30th World Day of the fight against AIDS which was celebrated this Saturday. And precisely, one of the main difficulties of this disease is fighting social stigma.
Today's motto is this year Get to know your status.
"There is still time to generalize HIV testing, to allow more people to access treatment, to allocate more resources to prevent new infections, and to end stigma." At this critical moment, we must take the right path. "said UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres on the page dedicated to today by the organization.