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Two people love each other and want to be together but they are constantly faced with hurdles”, said Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos, who had a rainbow badge pinned on his jacket.

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Greece is largely an orthodox country, and the church has been against the idea of gender-change.

In August, president Michelle Bachelet of the predominately party Nikos Xydakis said, "This is about human and civil rights[...] It is about humanity, solidarity and dignity.

ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece late on Tuesday enacted a human-rights’ bill which allows civil partnership agreements between same-sex couples despite protests and opposition from political parties and the powerful Orthodox Church.

A growing number of European countries have established legislation allowing registered partnership rights for same-sex couples, including Britain, Spain and Cyprus, but the issue remains contentious in many other EU states.

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