A Marriage blessed by the People

If it were up to the Swiss parliament or the Swiss government alone, same-sex couples would be allowed to marry in Switzerland. But it is the people who will have the last word. This coming 26th of September, we are called to exercise direct democracy, again. The reason we’re voting on this question is that a referendum against the parliament’s draft bill legalising same-sex marriage was launched. Most laws passed by parliament…

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I write, as an attempt to sort it all out. I volunteer in prison, advice on impact and run the Casa Taller El Boga an arts residency in Mompox, Colombia

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