Slovakia Might Amend Constitution to Protect Marriage Against Re-Definition.
Gay Lobby Gets Angry.
Posted on | February 28, 2014
By J.C. von Krempach, J.D.
With the adoption, by a small but growing number of countries, of legislation that allows for same-sex “marriages”, the once universal moral and legal consensus on marriage has been destroyed. As a consequence, there is now also a growing number of States that, in order to protect society against attempts of international institutions (such as the UN, the EU, or the European Human Rights Court) to impose on them a new concept of marriage and family from the outside, are amending their constitutional laws to explicitly define marriage as a permanent union between one man and one woman.