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Italy's Salvini asserts 'natural family' in move against same-sex parents


ROME (Reuters) - Italy's right-wing Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini has ordered the wording on some official forms changed so that same-sex couples cannot both declare themselves as a child's parents.

Salvini, interior minister and leader of the anti-immigrant League party, is now the Italy's most favoured politician, according to some surveys, and his socially conservative policies have proven popular among voters so far.

   

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