Monday, November 12, 2007

New hope dawns in Poland

LGBT activists have asked newly appointed Poland prime minister Donald Tusk to "discuss legalisation of civil unions, the introduction of comprehensive sexual education in schools and the ban of discrimination based on sexual orientation." Unlike former prime minister, president's twin Jaroslaw Kaczynski of the Law and Justice party; Tusk and his party, while remaining into conservative stances in politics, are more likely to approach to European Union civil rights standards especially in homosexuality issues, Pink News informs. Within one week, on November 17th, people will see to which extent liberalizing measures in terms of homosexual repression or allowance find their way within this Poland new government, the March of Equality in Poznan having been planned for that date.

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