Same-sex marriage battle in France
France approves Same-sex Marriage bill
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Other Countries affected by France's Decison
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"This law is going to extend to all families the protections guaranteed by the institution of marriage," Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault said before the vote. "Contrary to what those who vociferate against it say -- fortunately they're in the minority -- this law is going to strengthen the institution of marriage."
This law is a first necessary step, a social evolution that benefits society overall," said Socialist representative Corinne Narassiguin, announcing her party's support for the measure. "Opening up marriage and adoption to homosexual couples is a very beautiful advance ... It is an emblematic vote, a vote that will mark history."
Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/world/2013/02/12/french-assembly-passes-gay-marriage-adoption-bill/#ixzz2PWObDwfs
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Against Gay Marriage bill
French senators have begun examining a controversial bill to legalise same-sex marriage and adoption, prompting protests by opponents keen to see the reform thrown out.
The bill, which would give same-sex couples the same rights as heterosexual couples to marry and adopt children, is expected to pass the Senate after being adopted by the lower house of parliament in February.
Both chambers are dominated by the ruling Socialist Party and its allies.
However, the Socialist government has been taken aback by the size and vehemence of protests to the bill, which Catholic, Muslim and Jewish religious leaders all opposed
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