- Jan 8, 2013
David Cameron: We haven’t made it clear enough that churches won’t be forced to marry gay couples
David Cameron has reaffirmed his commitment to same-sex marriage but said that the Government hasn’t communicated the changes very well to those who fear changes being imposed on churches.
Primate of Kenya warns Church of England against ordaining gay bishops
The leader of a global group of traditional Anglicans in Kenya has condemned the Church of England for dropping its prohibition on gay clergy becoming bishops, providing they are in celibate or in celibate civil partne
Mario Monti: Decision on Italian marriage equality should be made by parliament
The Italian Premier, Mario Monti, who is backed by the Vatican for his re-election bid, has said that gay rights issues, including marriage equality, should be decided by parliament, not his governement, if he is successful.
Chile: Marriage equality becomes a key issue in presidential debates
The issue of marriage equality became majorly divisive during the first televised debate between two potential presidential nominees for the Chilean Christian Democrat party.
France: A majority of French people would like a referendum on equal marriage
A new survey has revealed that more than two thirds of French people would like a referendum on marriage equality and adoption rights for same-sex couples.
Italy’s Prime Minister: Gay Marriage Up to Parliament
Monday Jan 7, 2013
Italian Premier Mario Monti, who is being backed by the Vatican in his bid for re-election, says gay rights issues - including gay marriage -should be decided by Parliament, not his government if he wins.
Court to Hear 2 Days of Arguments on Gay Marriage
Monday Jan 7, 2013
The Supreme Court says it will hear two days’ worth of arguments over laws affecting gay marriage during the last week of March.
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