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Polish president proposes constitutional ban on same-sex couples adopting

Polish president Andrzej Duda has proposed a constitutional ban on same-sex couples adopting children and plans to introduce this in an amendment on Monday (6 July).

During a meeting in Szczawno-Zdrój, in the south of the country, Notes from Poland reports the president as saying: “The Polish constitution should explicitly state that the adoption of a child by a person in a same-sex relationship is excluded. “On Monday I will sign a presidential draft amendment to the constitution [to that effect].” He added that he believed constitutionally banning same-sex couples from adopting would permanently end political discussions around the subject, as there would be “no need to discuss” it anymore.

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