Poland Rejects Civil Unions For The Third Time

Poland Rejects Civil Unions For The Third Time

For the third consecutive year, Poland lawmakers have voted down putting civil unions on the agenda for this session of Parliament.

The bill was rejected by a vote of 235 ballots to 185, with 18 abstentations.

Last year’s vote in 2013 saw the legislation go down by only 17 votes.

Poland currently does not offer any legal recognition of same-sex couples.

Insert your favorite Polish joke here…

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