About 100 people on Wednesday protested the Uruguay Senate’s decision to postpone a vote on a gay marriage bill until April.
The Senate (Camara de Senadores), which is currently in parliamentary recess, held a special session to discuss a dozen bills, including one aimed at reforming the nation’s marriage laws to include gay and lesbian couples.
The “Marriage Equality Law” seeks to modify some 20 articles of the Civil Code, including whose surname goes first when children are named.
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