Same-sex marriage will not happen in Croatia. Earlier this month, two-thirds of Croatian voters backed a proposal to constitutionally define marriage as a union between a man and a woman. The result of the referendum in this Catholic and conservative country shows that the issue of homosexuality continues to divide Europeans. Is Europe becoming more conservative, or is Croatia a one-off?
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Programme produced and prepared by Mary Colombel
Swedish MEP, European people's party
Ryszard Antoni LEGUTKO
Polish MEP, European Conservatives and Reformists Group
Editor, European Voice