Romanian Senators reject again legal recognition of same-sex relationships

Foto: Simon Howden/Free Digital Photos

Foto: Simon Howden/Free Digital Photos

The Juridical and Human Rights Commissions of Romania’s Senate have rejected a bill by Deputy Remus Cernea, which would give legal recognition to civil partnerships between unmarried partners – a draft law which actually aimed to offer legal recognition to same-sex partnerships.

Romanian Senators said Romanian society is not yet prepared to take this step.

The Chamber of Deputies is yet to decide on the bill.

Related post: Deputy Diana Tusa’s full-length intervention on the civil partnership issue

Last year, a similar bill of the same deputy was rejected by both chambers of Romania’s Parliament.

Sursa: TVR

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