After the law allowing the civil unions for the same-sex couples, the Parliament of Malta approved a new law which legally recognizes the same-sex partnerships as a marriage and which also allows the adoption.
In the Netherlands, the second lesbian mothers can finally officially identify the children of their partners.
Every day, when one watch the news on television, we hear about the extremely alarming situation in Ukraine. Crimea was annexed by Russia but nobody talked about the Crimean LGBT people who, at once, passed under the Russian laws?
The current President of Malta George Abela will not sign the bill legalizing the civil unions into law. No problem, his mandate stops on April 4th and his successor, Marie-Louise Coleiro, already announced that she would do it.
The Constitutional Court of Karlsruhe recently rejected the bill which would have allowed same-sex couples to adopt. However, a first step towards this right to adoption will be launched by the government.
Finally, the last stage allowing Scotland to legalize marriage equality was passed! Queen Elizabeth II indeed signed the bill into law.
A Scottish member of Parliament asked the British government that the borders of Scotland be opened to all Ugandan LGBT people who would be persecuted by new anti-gay laws recently approved and signed by Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni.
Still a few hours ago, we wondered whether the President Marie Louise Coleiro Preca, just elected in Malta, were going or not to sign the bill allowing the opening of civil unions and adoption to same-sex couples.