Cuba towards the recognition of egalitarian marriage

Havana is preparing to recognize same-sex marriage

It will undoubtedly be a historic and revolutionary event when the National Assembly officially approves same-sex marriage with the possibility of adoption.

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The decree for the recognition of same-sex marriage was opposed – thus slowing its approval – by the Catholic Church (very present and strong in Cuba) and by the whole of the more conservative Cuban area.

But in the end, after a four-year delay and some 24 readjustments of the decree, Cuba will be able to celebrate the recognition of same-sex marriage. Moreover, the same bill would impose severe penalties for gender-based domestic violence, with more attention to cases in which the elderly and disabled are victims.

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The new Family Code is expected to be approved by this summer to be submitted to a popular referendum, and we are sure there will be no last-minute twists and turns.

A step forward by Cuba toward a more inclusive society.

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