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In the eyes of Jaroslaw Kaczynski's national-conservative party and the Catholic Church, those rights are a threat to traditional Polish families and values. Mr Kaczynski likes to identify threats to Polish society - during the election campaign four years ago, he said Middle Eastern migrants might bring "parasites and protozoa" to Poland. Poland's constitution states that a marriage is between a man and a woman. Civil partnerships, be they between heterosexual or same-sex couples, are not legally recognised. Senior Catholic Church figures have gone further, most notably the Archbishop of Krakow, Marek Jedraszewski, who on numerous occasions has identified the "LGBT lobby" and "gender ideology" as the new threat to Polish freedom following the end of communism in , calling it "totalitarian" and a "great threat to our freedom".
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A global snapshot of same-sex marriage | Pew Research Center
By Philip Pullella. In some countries, such as the United States and Germany, parishes and ministers have begun blessing same-sex unions in lieu of marriage, and there have been calls for bishops to de facto institutionalise these. But conservatives in the 1. From the time he was archbishop in his native Argentina, Pope Francis has supported the right of gay couples to have civil legal protections but has always opposed gay marriage. The Church teaches that being gay is not inherently sinful but forbids same-sex sexual activity. A Pew Research survey last year showed that a majority of Catholics in the United States and Western Europe approved of gay marriage while a majority in Eastern Europe and former Soviet-bloc countries opposed it. Churches in Africa and Asia also strongly oppose gay marriage.
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A global snapshot of same-sex marriage
Italy is the only major western European country that does not recognise any form of same-sex union. However, this could change when the Italian Senate votes on Thursday on a bill which, if passed, would allow for same-sex civil unions for the first time. Legal recognition of same-sex partnerships is far from uniform across Europe.
Same-sex marriage in Germany has been recognized since 1 October A bill for the legalisation of same-sex marriage passed the Bundestag on 30 June and the Bundesrat on 7 July. The benefits granted by these partnerships were gradually extended by the Federal Constitutional Court throughout several rulings until they provided for most but not all of the rights of marriage.