Italian Premier Cagey on Marriage Equality
BY Neal Broverman
January 06 2013 8:04 PM ET
Marriage equality is the domain of the parliament, Italian premier Mario Monti told a television network on Sunday.
Monti tread carefully on the issue during his interview, passing the ball to the parliament. Monti is under considerable pressure, as Italy's leadership works closely with the antigay Vatican.
Monti is seeking reelection and didn't dare share his personal feelings on same-sex marriage. Read more here.
- Multiple Attacks on Gay Men in NYC, Hours After Rally
- French Marriage Equality Opponent Commits Suicide at Notre Dame
- WATCH: President Obama Tells Morehouse Grads 'Be the Best Husband to Your Boyfriend'
- Florida Teen Facing Sex Offender Charge For Consensual Same-Sex Relationship
- Op-ed: Religion Shouldn't Be an Excuse for Discrimination
- LGBT-Inclusive Immigration Reform Good As Dead, Say Advocates
Sign Up For Email Updates
- Women Op-Ed: Case of Lesbian Teen Kaitlyn Hunt Raises Questions About Sexual Double Standard 11 min 27 sec ago
- Music WATCH: Is This the Worst Music Video Ever? 25 min 5 sec ago
- Marriage Equality French Marriage Equality Opponent Commits Suicide at Notre Dame 26 min 36 sec ago
- Politics Democratic 'Betrayal' Leaves Binational LGBT Families Stranded 37 min 58 sec ago
- Travel Peace Corps Opens to Same-Sex Couples 53 min 11 sec ago
- Commentary Why it's Time to Stop Stigmatizing Haitians 1 hour 7 min ago
- Health and Treatments Is There Such a Thing as HIV-Negative AIDS? 1 hour 9 min ago