The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) condemned Italy's official position against gay marriage and ordered the Italian government to introduce legal recognition for same-sex couples.
ECHR announced today that the unsatisfactory state of the relevant domestic law on the recognition of same-sex unions, is displaying Italy’s prolonged failure to implement a constitutionally recognised fundamental right in an effective manner.
The same-sex marriage case was transferred to the ECHR as six I...
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