EU Court Says No Right to Same-Sex ‘Marriage’ Can Be Imposed on Member States

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The European Court of Human Rights has ruled that no right to same-sex “marriage” can be imposed by the EU on member states, and that to say otherwise would be a breach of the European Convention on Human Rights. The Court said in a ruling in Strasbourg on July 16 that the Convention cannot be interpreted “as imp…


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