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Italy, same-sex partners do not have the right to become parents; Prosecutors clarified the law

Public prosecutors in Milan have ruled that same-sex couples in Italy do not have the legal right to be parents. Prosecutors responded to a request from three lesbian partners to register as parents of their children. Their children were born through surrogacy abroad.

Current Italian law does not allow two people of the same sex to become parents, prosecutors said.

While surrogacy and assisted fertility are illegal in Italy, both same-sex partners and opposite-sex partners go to foreign countries to carry them out. At the same time, the Italian authorities claim that they are not legally recognised as the parents of children born to same-sex partners.

In March, the country’s mayors were instructed by the government to stop registering same-sex parents as parents of children born through surrogacy. The proposal is to register only him as the biological parent of the child. In that case, the other spouse will have no legal rights to the child as a parent. Due to this, self-partners approach the court with cases.

In addition, Meloni’s government is moving to introduce a law criminalising foreign surrogate children if they are Italian citizens.

At the same time, the implementation of such laws is uncivilised. There has been criticism.

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