A Central Asian country has taken just four minutes to agree on an anti-gay bill that makes Russia look tame.
A key education committee in Kyrgyzstan, which used to be in the Soviet block and is still influenced by Russian politics, has approved the language of their 'gay propaganda' legislation.
On Thursday, the bill will receive its first reading. If the lawmakers approve it, then it will be signed into law by the president.
Now it has emerged that it has taken just four minutes for the committee to decide to approve the bill.