European Parliament urges its member states to fully recognize LGTBIQ marriages and unions

BRUSSELS.- The European Parliament (PE) urges the Member States to fully recognize LGTBIQ marriages or unions (lesbian, gay, transsexual, bisexual, intersex and queer) registered in other countries of the European Union.

In a resolution approved on Tuesday with 387 votes in favor, 161 against and 123 abstentions, the European Parliament advocates a “common approach” throughout the EU for the recognition of unions of LGTBIQ people, while requiring Member States to ensure the free mobility of “rainbow families” and their right to private and family life.

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Likewise, it calls on the European Commission (EC) for “concrete measures” to guarantee the free movement of LGTBIQ families in the territory of the EU and calls for legislation to oblige EU countries to recognize as parents of a minor those adults who appear on a birth certificate issued by any country of the community block “regardless of legal sex or marital status of the aforementioned adults “, as well as recognize unions registered in other Member States.

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