Gay marriage approved by referendum in Cuba

Cuba’s electoral authority announced on Monday that the Family Code, which includes same-sex marriage and surrogacy, had been “approved” by referendum, specifying that the partial results giving 66% of votes in favor were “irreversible”.




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