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Panama’s Supreme Court ruled that same-sex marriage has no ‘constitutional recognition’

Panama’s Supreme Court has recently ruled that same-sex marriage has no ‘constitutional recognition’ in the country. This decision effectively upholds a ban on same-sex marriage in Panama, which has been in place since 2004.

The ruling came in response to a case brought by a same-sex couple who argued that the ban on same-sex marriage violated their constitutional rights. The couple had sought to overturn the ban and legalize same-sex marriage in the country.

However, the Supreme Court rejected the couple’s argument, stating that the constitution and existing laws in Panama define marriage as a union between a man and a woman. The court further stated that it was not within their jurisdiction to change the definition of marriage or to legalize same-sex marriage.

The decision has been met with disappointment and frustration from advocates for LGBTQ+ rights in Panama, who argue that the ban on same-sex marriage is discriminatory and unjust.

Prayers for the LGBTQ community are greatly needed. They are so foolish; they actually think that they are doing a good thing.

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