Italy: Prime Minister Clarifies Marriage Equality Stance – It’s a No

Written by scott on January 17th, 2013

QuirinaleItaly’s Prime Minister Mario Monti, who is running for re-election in February, has rejected same-sex marriage.

Interviewed by SkyTg 24, Monti explained: ‘I think that a family is only made of a man and a woman. Children should grow with a father and a mother.’

But he indicated he was in favor of giving same-sex partners some of the rights and responsibilities of married heterosexuals.

Authored By Daniele Guido Gessa – See the Full Story at Gay Star News

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