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Kosovo’s MPs overwhelmingly vote against recognition of same-sex unions

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Lawmakers in Kosovo overwhelmingly voted against legislation that would have seen same-sex civil partnerships formally recognised in the country.

After a parliamentary debate on 16 March, a vote of 120 opposed to just 28 in favour saw the law fall short, Euractiv reported.

The attempt to bring the country closer to marriage equality was set in motion by the government of Prime Minister Albin Kurti.

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