Comments on: Power grab: Top EU court redefines marriage [Promoted content] EU news and policy debates across languages Wed, 14 Nov 2018 17:29:28 +0000 hourly 1 By: Schuman Mon, 02 Jul 2018 11:43:11 +0000 Well, contrary to some countries, Mr. Portaru, most Europeans traditionally appreciate an INDEPENDENT JUDICIARY, and believe that its rulings should simply be complied with. If the fundamental rights and values the CJEU upheld in the Coman case are not to your liking, you perhaps have no business in this Union altogether, and your country should better leave.

Personally, it seems extremely trivial to whine (as you do in your post) about all those little legal modifications that may now be required – it’s just a small price to pay to enable people to freely live out their faith (something your organisation claims to promote) to enter in a legal bond with those they love. Men and women can still be married without a problem, so why should their bond become any less, how on earth are they ever affected by granting same-sex couples similar rights?

Oh, and if you want to really protect “the right of a child to a mother and a father”… shall we also introduce a rigid ban on divorce, and on the premature death of any one parent?