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Spanish court upholds gay marriage

07.11.12 @ 08:46


Spain's constitutional court on Tuesday maintained the legal right between the marriage of couples of the same sex, reports the Associated Press. The conservative Popular Party had appealed against the gay marriage law shortly after parliament voted it through in 2005. The law drew wide-spread criticism from the Catholic Church.


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