Croatian Government To Pursue Law Allowing Civil Unions For Gay Couples

The New York Times reports that the Croatian government pledged on Monday to press ahead with plans for a law allowing civil partnerships for gay people after a majority of Croats voted in a referendum to effectively ban same-sex marriage in the predominantly Catholic country.

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