It was a symbolic act, full of emotions. British trade union Lloyd Russell-Moyle talked to people about the number of HIV a decade ago, among the applause of their masters, who were discussing health at the time.
Russell-Moyle said that after living in fear of refusing others, she now became an advocate of this cause, so that HIV positive people are encouraged to live naturally, and for those who suspect they let them perform "Better to live in knowledge than to die in fear, "he warned.
He is the first deputy to declare his status in the House, and another to publicize his HIV status.
Their boss Jeremy Corbyn said he was "brilliant and historical" speech, The Deputy received numerous support demonstrations and congratulations on his courage.
Russell-Moyle decided to make an emotional announcement ahead of her The 30th World AIDS Day which is celebrated this Saturday. And one of the main difficulties of this disease is to fight the social stigma.
The motto this year is Get to know your status.
"There is still time to generalize HIV testing to allow more people to access treatment, allocate more resources to prevent new infections and stop stigma." At this critical moment, we must be on the right track. "UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres said on a page devoted to today's organization.