Cuba has deleted language that could pave the way for marriage for All, from the draft for a new Constitution. to respect
all of the opinions on the topic, will not be included in the appropriate section first in the draft, informed the national Assembly of the socialist island state, on Tuesday on Twitter. After two years of this interim solution should be determined in a referendum, and a Referendum on the family code, who can enter into a marriage.
In the original draft of the amendment to the Constitution, it was said that two persons can enter into a marriage without the sex closer. In the current Cuban Constitution, only the marriage between a man and a woman.
the Evangelical churches had protested in the Caribbean country against the Changes. Out of concern that the debate on marriage for All could be the influence for the month of February planned Referendum on constitutional reform, was left out of the clause. The current Constitution dates back to the year 1972 and was revised in 1992 and 2002.