Law Professors in Argentina Vote Overwhelmingly that Same-Sex Marriage Is Unconstitutional

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Post by wardleld on Mon Oct 03, 2011 1:15 pm


The National Confernce on Civil Law took place in San Miguel de Tucumán, Argentina, the 29th and 30th, September. Professor Ursala C. Basset (a member of the ISFL Executive Council) was named Vice-President for the Commission Nº 6 on Family Law. In this Commission, Law Professors with a Chair on Civil Law or similar, were to vote on issues concerning the effects of the same sex marriage law in Argentina in Family Law.

Amazingly, by a vast majority of votes (32-24) the professors decided that the same sex marriage law is unconstitutional.

By 22 votes to 8, they decided the law should be repealed, and a regime of contractual conventions between partners should be enacted.

The National Congress on Civil Law is the most important juridical meeting in our Country and this was the XXIII time it was held.

Ursula Basset
ucbasset@gmail.com


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