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It was intended to take place in May annually since in the Russian capital Moscow, but has been regularly banned by Moscow City Hall , headed by Mayor Yuri Luzhkov until The demonstrations in , , and were all accompanied by homophobic attacks , which was avoided in by moving the site of the demonstration at the last minute. In June , Moscow courts enacted a hundred-year ban on gay pride parades. The Moscow Pride was banned by the authorities.
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Russia: Putin seeks constitutional ban on gay marriage
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At the end of gay pride month, Russians voted on a constitutional amendment that defines marriage as solely between a man and a woman. The referendum was a part of a package of amendments put forth by Russian President Vladamir Putin. The amendments, which took effect on July 4, also allow Putin to stay in power until , with two more term reelection opportunities than previously allowed. Additionally, they do not allow foreign couples from countries in which same-sex marriage is legal to adopt Russian children. About 15 years ago, my younger brother, George, looked over Read More. Few ever do.
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Russia voted in favor of a national referendum that defines marriage exclusively as a union between a man and a woman. The referendum consisted of hundreds of constitutional changes, including one provision that will allow President Vladimir Putin to serve two more terms, effectively allowing him to keep power until The referendum was voted on the this week by the Russian public, with over two-thirds voting in favor of the numerous measures and solidifying Putin's position in leadership. President of the Human Rights Campaign Alphonso David, slammed the ban on gay marriage, calling Putin a "threat to the human rights of all.