Romanian constitutional ban on same sex marriage fails on low vote turnout

A nun exits a voting booth in Ciorogarla, Romania October 7, 2018. Inquam Photos/Octav Ganea via REUTERS

BUCHAREST (Reuters) – A referendum to change Romania’s constitution to prevent same sex couples from securing the right to marry failed to draw enough voters to validate the result on Sunday, after a campaign that led to a rise in hate speech against the gay community. The vote has also been seen as popularity test […]

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