Pro-gay in Poland

May 1995
Advocate;5/16/95, Issue 681, p14
Reports that the parliamentary commission drafting of Poland's new constitution voted 16-6 on April 11, 1995 to include gay rights provision in the document. Argument of the representative for President Lech Walesa against the inclusion; Approval needed by the drafting of the constitution from both houses of the parliament and a popular referendum.


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