The law allowing marriage equality and adoption in France will not be submitted to the Assembly in October as planned but before the end of January 2013.
The bill was recently publicly introduced but in spite of the promises of president Holland to give the possibility to people, lesbian and straight women, being anxious to have a child by insemination, this right was not included in the law on adoption.
Within the government, many differences then appeared.
Some, like Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault, thinks the adoption law should not include insemination while others, like Bruno Le Roux, wish the opposite.
Le Roux already said he would introduce an amendment to include insemination in the adoption law if this one is not included first.
So Jean-Jacques Urvoas, president of the commission of laws, said to JDD.fr that the bill would be introduced in the Parliament later than planned:
"The Parliament must have the necessary time to peacefully study this bill," he said. "Following the big agenda of hearings plans and in order to allow the Parliament to do what it has to do, I wish the bill not to be studied in public, in a first reading at the Assembly, before the end of January 2013."
"Marriage and adoption for homosexual couples is a necessary reform and a strong commitment of the gouvernment's majority.
"A serene debate has to be done to determine the conditions, in particular the legal conditions, in which this reform could work," he added.