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Mexico City passes gay union law
Cat : Democracy & H-Rights
Date : 2006-11-13 11:50:00                      Reader : 307
union is approved ? How Children will com ? Adoption of children is against their right of normal family life !! What about AIDS spread in society ? How many are those sick homo compared to 100 million people in Mexico ? It is a big insult and major threat for human rights of the society . Our civilization will never accept odd life of gays as human rights at all. Those are simply sick need to be cured in hospital as they lack enough hormones neither as a man nor a woman. They are normally 50/50 who need really hospitalization.


BBCNEWS.COM 13/11/2006

Mexico City passes gay union law


Mexico City's assembly has backed a law recognising same-sex civil unions, the first such move in the country's history.
The ruling stops short of enabling gay couples to get married and will only apply to the estimated nine million inhabitants of Mexico City.

Mexico City Mayor Alejandro Encinas is widely expected to ratify the law.

It has met fierce opposition from President-elect Felipe Calderon's National Action Party.

The law has also been attacked by the Catholic Church and conservative activists.


While Mexico City legislators voted for the law, supporters and opponents of the bill demonstrated noisily outside the assembly building.

Protester Humberto Muniz described the law as "anti-natural".

"Societies have always fallen into decadence when there has been homosexuality," he told the Reuters news agency.

But the vote was welcomed by David Sanchez, an openly gay congressman.

"These reforms are going to cause a snowball effect that no one will be able to stop," he told Reuters.


Under the law, Mexico City's gay couples who register their union with civil authorities will gain access to inheritance and pension rights.

Unmarried heterosexual couples can also register under the same law.

Gay civil unions have yet to be approved by local legislators in any other part of Mexico.

A similar bill is being debated by lawmakers in Mexico's northern state of Coahuila, bordering Texas.

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