Voting on same-sex civil marriage bill to take place Thursday evening

Voting on same-sex civil marriage bill to take place Thursday evening

Politics

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis is scheduled to address the Greek parliament during the debate on the equality in marriage bill at 13:00 on Thursday. CE Report quoting Athens-Macedonian

Voting on the same-sex civil marriage bill will take place in the Greek parliament on Thursday evening, after leaders of parties deliver their speeches in reverse order. Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis will address plenary last, while also scheduled to speak is former Prime Minister Antonis Samaras.

More details at the link

Tags

Related articles

The trial of Dodik and Lukić continues in the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina
The trial in the case of the president of the RS Milorad Dodik and Acting Director of the Official Gazette of the RS Miloš Lukić continued today in the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
After the blocking of the Kosovars, Von Cramon reacts: Serbia must stop embarrassing itself
The rapporteur for Kosovo in the European Parliament, Viola Von Cramon, has reacted after the blocking of Kosovars on the Serbia-Croatia border.
PM Marcel Ciolacu begins working visit to Qatar, meets with reps of the Romanian community
AGERPRES special correspondent Daniel Florea, reports: Prime minister Marcel Ciolacu started his two-day visit to Qatar with a meeting he had on Tuesday evening with the representatives of the Romanian community in Qatar, whom he told that the Bucharest authorities are considering finding solutions together with the Qatari ones so that the rights of the Romanians working in Qatar are fully respected, especially regarding the right to pension.
Neither Hezbollah nor Iran currently ready for war, says EU foreign policy chief
Escalation, regional conflict would be 'in no one’s interest, particularly not in Gazans’ interest,' adds Josep Borrell
SBU strikes Russian long-range radar in Bryansk region - source
Ukraine's SBU State Security Service has hit a long-range radar in Russia's Bryansk region, which monitored the sky 700 kilometers deep into Ukraine.