Denmark could be the eleventh country in the world to allow gay-marriage nationwide. Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt announced that the country plans to legalise same-sex marriage on June 15.
The Star Observer reports:
Denmark has announced that marriage equality will come to the country as of June 15 this year.
At a press conference, Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt announced that gay couples would be allowed to marry in time for the European summer, the Copenhagen Post reports.
?We have looked at two laws that will provide the gay and lesbian community the opportunity to get married in the church and at city hall,? Thorning-Schmidt said.
?The administration and I firmly believe that this is a natural step to take in a modern society like Denmark.
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