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Spanish premier seen pushing for fast-track divorce throughout European Union

Catholic World News - January 08, 2010

Spain’s Prime Minister José Luis Zapatero is working “to radicalize Europe” in terms of family policy, charges Mariano Martinez-Aedo, the vice president of the European Network of the Institute for Family Policy. During Spain’s 6-month term at the head of the European Union—a position that rotates among the member nations—Zapatero has advocated fast-track divorce, and followed an overall policy that pursues “gender ideology” without offering support to existing marital unions.

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