Equal marriage legalized in Tabasco – The Mazatlán Post

Thursday 20 October, 2022
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With 22 votes in favor, 6 against and 7 abstentions, this Wednesday the legalization of same-sex marriage was approved in Tabasco.

The initiative presented by the deputy of Morena José de Jesús Hernández Díaz is the first reform proposal in the history of Tabasco to advance from Commissions to the Plenary Session of the local Congress due to the fact that previously one made by the PRD and two more by the State Human Rights Commission were on the table, however, they were left in the freezer.

With this, Tabasco ceases to be part of the three states of the Mexican Republic in prohibiting the marriage of same-sex couples without protection.

They deny entry to LGBT groups

In the second session of the LXIV Legislature in the State Congress, denied entry to LGBT groups. With banners and flags, the demonstrators prostrated themselves before the gates of Congress, where access was prevented.

Given this, the president of Tudyssex, José Cruz Guzmán Matías, mentioned that denying them access represents a violation of the rights of all.

“We ask the deputies who are here in this LXIV Legislature, to see the work that the different organizations have been doing,” he said.

Originally posted on The Herald of Tabasco

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Source: from El Sol de Mazatlán | Noticias Locales, Policiacas, sobre México, Sinaloa y el Mundo – frontpage on 2022-10-19 19:08:02

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