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January 22, 2016
Members of the conservative Northern League party hold a banner reading "No to the Cirinna law: not joking...
Rome, Italy
Members of the conservative Northern League party hold a banner reading "No to the Cirinna law: not joking...
Members of the conservative Northern League party hold a banner reading "No to the Cirinna law: not joking about mother and father" during a rally collecting signatures for their bid to remove the stepchild adoption provision from the bill ahead of the January 28 vote in the upper house of the parliament in front of the Pantheon in Rome, Italy, January 21, 2016. Pope Francis issued a stern reminder of the Catholic Church's opposition to gay marriage on Friday as a fierce debate raged in Italy ahead of a vote that would give legal recognition to homosexual couples. Next week, the Senate is due to resume debating a bill that would legalize civil partnership for homosexuals as well as for unmarried heterosexual couples. Many opponents say the law is a Trojan horse that would lead to legalizing gay marriage. Picture taken January 21, 2016. REUTERS/Max Rossi
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