MEPs support Croatian campaign against restrictive definition of marriage

This Sunday, Croatian citizens will be called to vote on whether to alter the constitution to define marriage as ‘matrimony between a man and a woman’. The referendum is the result of a citizen’s iniative, pushed by anti-equality group ‘In the Name of the Family’.

Today, Members of the European Parliament Biljana Borzan (Croatia), Emine Bozkurt (Netherlands), Tanja Fajon (Slovenia), Kinga Gƶncz (Hungary), Dennis De Jong (Netherlands), Sandra Petrović Jakovina (Croatia), Oleg Valjalo (Croatia), Sophie in ‘t Veld (Netherlands) and Nikola Vuljanić (Croatia) showed their support for the ‘PROTIV’ (‘against’) campaign.

Oleg VALJALO MEP, Kinga GƖNCZ MEP, Sandra PETROVIĆ JAKOVINA MEP, Emine BOZKURT MEP, Nikola VULJANIĆ MEP; Biljana BORZAN MEP

Earlier, Michael Cashman MEP and Ulrike Lunacek MEP had already called upon Croatians to vote ‘No’ in the referendum.

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