PanARMENIAN.Net – The French National Assembly is due to discuss a legalisation of same-sex marriage after months of ardent open protests and counter-protests, BBC News reported.
The bill, betrothed by President Francois Hollande during his choosing debate final year, allows for same-sex matrimony and adoption by happy parents.
Mr Hollande’s Socialists and their allies authority adequate parliamentary support to see it through. However, opponents have outnumbered supporters during new demonstrations.
Between 340,000 and 800,000 people surged into Paris on 13 Jan for a convene opposite happy marriage, compared to between 125,000 and 400,000 who incited out on Sunday to support a bill.
The distance of renouned antithesis and slickness of a “anti” debate have astounded many, correspondents say.
Nonetheless, opinion polls advise that around 55-60% of French people support happy marriage, yet usually about 50% approve of happy adoption.
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