Members of the European Parliament urged the member states to set an example in fighting homophobia and condemned homophobic laws and violence against sexual minorities in some European countries. In a resolution, passed on 24 May, MEPs called on the EU countries to give access to cohabitation, registered partnerships or marriage to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people.
The resolution was tabled by five major groups in the Parliament, the European People's Party, Socia...
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