Law:The Assertion of Civil Rights in Marriage Act
The Assertion of Civil Rights in Marriage Act
WHEREAS the subject of marriage is burning up the airwaves of our Giant Friendly Neighbour, the USA; and
WHEREAS some questions regarding the definition of marriage have been brought up; and
WHEREAS we are, as usual, eager to straighten (pardon the pun) out the situation,
THEREFORE the Ziu proclaims and defines marriage thusly:
Marriage is a civil right, guaranteed to all citizens of proper age. It is a contractual agreement between parties, signed onto by their own consent, and is a guaranteed right regardless of sex or sexual orientation. Any sacredness of marriage is between the parties involved and is a strictly personal issue. The Kingdom of Talossa recognizes any and all marriages that fall under this definition, hereby re-asserting the rights given to us by the Organic Law of Talossa. In addition, we would also like to provide Talossan Invincible Moral Support to those citizens of our Giant Friendly Neighbour who themselves are seeking to have the laws of that country reflect the far more progressive laws of the Kingdom of Talossa.
Uréu q'estadra så: Christopher C. Gruber - (GCP-Maritiimi-Maxhestic) JJ - (PC-Maritiimi-Maxhestic) Mark Hamilton - (MN-Atatürk)