Hungarian court blocks same-sex partnership law
Posted on December 15, 2008
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The Constitutional Court of Hungary has annulled a new law due to come into effect next month that would legally recognise gay and lesbian relationships.
Parliament approved the Registered Partnership Act in December 2007.
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