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In Lebanon, Catholic, Muslim leaders unite in opposition to civil marriage proposal

February 22, 2019

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CWN Editor's Note: “In Lebanon, no civil code exists to regulate personal status issues, such as marriage and divorce,” a Beirut-based newspaper explains. “Rather, such matters are governed by 15 religious laws, overseen by associated courts depending on a person’s religious affiliation.”

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