More successful European resistance to same-sex marriage campaign
Michael Kirke | 27 March 2012
Slovenians Turn Down Same-Sex Marriage, European Dignity Watch reported yesterday. The electorate, in a post-legislative referendum, has overturned the provisions in Slovenia’s new Family Code legalizing same-sex marriage that was adopted by the Balkan country’s parliament in June 2011.
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