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Vladimir Putin says homosexual marriage will NEVER be allowed in Russia so long as he’s in cost

Vladimir Putin says gay marriage will NEVER be allowed in Russia as long as he is in charge


RUSSIAN President Vladimir Putin has stated that homosexual marriage is not going to be legalised within the nation so long as he’s in cost.

Putin made the feedback whereas talking at a state fee to debate constitutional reforms on Thursday.

Vladimir Putin has stated that homosexual marriage is not going to be legalised within the nation so long as he’s in cost
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Talking on the convention, Putin made his views on homosexual marriage very clear.

He stated: “A wedding is a union between a person and a lady”

“The concept (conventional marriage) is nice and should be supported, as it’s.”

Putin additionally denied ever altering his thoughts on same-sex parenting.

He added: “So far as ‘dad or mum no 1’ and ‘dad or mum quantity 2’ goes, I’ve already spoken publicly about this and I’ll repeat it once more: so long as I’m president this is not going to occur.

“There can be dad and mum.”

Is homosexuality unlawful in Russia?

Homosexuality was decriminalised in Russia in 1993, however same-sex marriage stays unlawful.

LGBT rights teams say homophobic assaults have rocketed since president Putin accepted the controversial regulation outlawing the promotion of a ‘homosexual life-style’ to minors in 2013.

There was widespread outrage final 12 months when a Russian investigative committee opened a legal case accusing officers of negligence for permitting a homosexual couple to undertake two kids.

A press release by the investigators stated being raised by a homosexual couple would possibly trigger the kids to type “distorted concepts about household values.”


 

Regardless of thriving LGBT communities in cities like Moscow and Saint Petersburg, discrimination remains to be widespread.

Homosexual supporters attending the World Cup in 2018 have been additionally warned it’s harmful to carry arms in public in Russia.

In 2017, dozens of homosexual males have been reportedly detained and tortured in Chechnya, a federal topic of Russia dominated by Ramzan Kadyrov.

Supporters have been warned to keep their rainbow flags at home
Supporters on the soccer World Cup in 2018 have been warned to maintain their rainbow flags at house
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Anti-gay protesters attempt to tear a rainbow flag throughout an LGBT group rally in central Moscow, Russia in 2015
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Chechnya’s chief Ramzan Kadyrov is an ally of President Putin and has been rounding up and detaining homosexual folks within the area
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