Gay marriage in UK, the show must go on

by Redazione West - 2013.02.06
Gay marriage in UK, the show must go on
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Yesterday, The English House of Commons finally enacted the law about same sex marriage, as wished by Cameron. Despite this, the day it will enter into force is still very far. Indeed, it’s the House of Lord now that will deal with this topic, whose decision is expected in May. If they agree, the law will be discussed again by the House of Commons to be definitively approved. In any case, even if the two Houses agree on the gay marriage, LGBT couples must wait until summer 2013 to get married. This way, Great Britain will be the 9th European country that approves this kind of union.

For a wider Europaen framework about gay marriage, please read:

One Europe, different rights for gay

French right support same sex marriage

Gay marriage in Europe: where we are?

Gay marriages: why not? 

Gay marriages, the rebellion of the mayors

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