Italy finally approves civil unions – but already there is opposition

(It is time to be “civilized” #WakeUpItaly)

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Aurora M. Granata

May 2016: Italy approved Civil Unions After Thirty Years of Struggle. But Someone Is Already Asking for a Referendum to Abolish Them.

Finally, after thirty years of struggles on the part of some Italian associations, the Italian government officially approved on May 11, 2016 the Law On Civil Unions (Decreto di Legge Cirinnà) with 369 votes for, 193 vote against and 2 abstained.[1]

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Ugandan opposition leader charged with treason and moved to prison

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Gloria Nakiyimba

The runner up in the February Ugandan presidential elections, retired Col. Dr. Kizza Besigye, has been transferred to Luzira upper prison in Kampala.

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Sun re o Oge: Fatalism of the Nigerian story

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Prince Charles Dickson

Facts are stubborn things…” John Adams

Her name: Oge Anyaji, she was 32, cut short in the prime of her life. She was like a daughter to us, I still remember echoes of my wife saying, “now I have an additional wife to cater for. She had just married only two months ago to Victor Dickson, a young hardworking dude who refused to be pulled back by the Nigerian phenomenon called failure.

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