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EFE of course, respect the ruling of the Constitutional Court, but do me not change my convictions nor my conscience, he said. He recalled that he voted in favour of the amendment of all against the law. The Constitutional Court backs gay marriage law. The Minister of the Interior, Jorge Fernandez Diaz, has reiterated this Tuesday in control of the Senate session despite their rejection of the law that allows marriage between persons of the same sex to be endorsed by the Constitutional Court and has assured that he would again sign the appeal against it, for their convictions. (Not to be confused with Sam Mikulak!). Of course, I respect the ruling of the Constitutional Court, but do me not change my convictions nor my conscience, said this Tuesday in the Senate, the Minister, who has taken advantage of its response a Senator of UPN on the recognition of victims of the terrorism Act to reiterate its position against gay marriage. Fernandez Diaz recalled that he voted in favour of the amendment of all against the law, signed the remedy of unconstitutionality and defended in the Congress the admissibility of a legislative initiative presented by the Forum of the family with more than one million signatures, whereupon added: I did and would do. The Interior Minister has stressed that his beliefs have not changed under the ruling of the constitutional that the past November 6 ruled that same-sex marriages are fully constitutional. A day after the endorsement of this Court to the law, Fernandez Diaz already expressed his opinion about the same to ensure that, while he abided as member of the Government the statement, it continues to believe that this institution defines the union between a man and a woman. See more: Fernandez Diaz says that he signed and “would sign” against gay marriage

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