Judgment on Gay Marriages May Be Made Today in Colombia

Posted on July 26, 2011 • Filed under: Colombia, Politics, Social Issues

•Today, the Colombian Constitutional Court is to make a decision on gay marriages as the term to make decrees ends on Friday.
•Vanguardia.com reports that those against a Constitutional amendment allowing gay marriages would require a revision of many civil, labor, and health laws, etc.
•Supporters felt that the revision would mean respect to free development of personality.
•The Episcopal Conference has expressed that although homosexuals are loved and respected as children of God, it does not want the laws and customs of the country to change. Read Article

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