Entry #1038: Same-sex marriage in Serbia

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RegionSerbia
IssueSame-sex marriage
StatusBanned
Start DateNov 8, 2006
End Datenow
DescriptionThere is constitutional ban on same-sex marriages in Serbia. Article 62: "Marriage is concluded on the basis of the freely given consent of man and woman..." Other forms of recognition, such as civil unions or domestic partnerships are not explicitly mentioned nor prohibited. The law on same-sex unions has been pending since 2021.
Sourceshttps://www.ilga-europe.org/rainbow-europe/ https://www.paragraf.rs/propisi/ustav_republike_srbije.html


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Revision by Aleksandar. More info

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DescriptionThere is constitutional ban on same-sex marriages in Serbia.

Article 62: "Marriage is concluded on the basis of the freely given consent of man and woman..."
There is constitutional ban on same-sex marriages in Serbia.
Article 62: "Marriage is concluded on the basis of the freely given consent of man and woman..."
Other forms of recognition, such as civil unions or domestic partnerships are not explicitly mentioned nor prohibited.
The law on same-sex unions has been pending since 2021.
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There is constitutional ban on same-sex marriages in Serbia. Article 62: "Marriage is concluded on the basis of the freely given consent of man and woman..." Article 62: "Marriage is concluded on the basis of the freely given consent of man and woman..." Other forms of recognition, such as civil unions or domestic partnerships are not explicitly mentioned nor prohibited. The law on same-sex unions has been pending since 2021.

Revision by Aleksandar. Full date. Part of Article 62 from the Constitution

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Start Date2006Nov 8, 2006
DescriptionSame-sex marriage is constitutionally banned by the Serbian government. There is constitutional ban on same-sex marriages in Serbia.

Article 62: "Marriage is concluded on the basis of the freely given consent of man and woman..."
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Same-sex marriage is constitutionally banned by the Serbian government. There is constitutional ban on same-sex marriages in Serbia. Article 62: "Marriage is concluded on the basis of the freely given consent of man and woman..."
Sourceshttps://www.ilga-europe.org/rainbow-europe/https://www.ilga-europe.org/rainbow-europe/
https://www.paragraf.rs/propisi/ustav_republike_srbije.html
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https://www.ilga-europe.org/rainbow-europe/ https://www.ilga-europe.org/rainbow-europe/ https://www.paragraf.rs/propisi/ustav_republike_srbije.html

Revision by Canadianstudent03. The previous entry stated “unrecognised” which was incorrect due to Serbia banning same sex marriage in it’s constitution

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ValueUnrecognizedBanned
DescriptionSame-sex marriage is constitutionally banned Same-sex marriage is constitutionally banned by the Serbian government.
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Same-sex marriage is constitutionally banned by the Serbian government.

Revision by Vito12. Making this change because it is not correct.

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ValueBannedUnrecognized
DescriptionThe Serbian constitution claims marriage is only between a man and a woman, which is pure ignorance. Same-sex marriage is constitutionally banned
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The Serbian constitution claims marriage is only between a man and a woman, which is pure ignorance. Same-sex marriage is constitutionally banned

Revision by Canadianstudent03. Previous innacurate

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DescriptionConstitution defines marriage as an union between a man and a woman and Same-sex marriage is constitutionally bannedThe Serbian constitution claims marriage is only between a man and a woman, which is pure ignorance.
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Constitution defines marriage as an union between a man and a woman and Same-sex marriage is constitutionally banned The Serbian constitution claims marriage is only between a man and a woman, which is pure ignorance.
Sourceshttps://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/LGBT_rights_in_Serbiahttps://www.ilga-europe.org/rainbow-europe/
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https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/LGBT_rights_in_Serbia https://www.ilga-europe.org/rainbow-europe/

Revision by Vito12. If this is wrong please change it

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Revision by Vito12. If this is wrong please change it

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Revision by Vito12. If this is wrong please change it

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Revision by Vito12. If this is wrong please change it

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DescriptionConstitution defines marriage as an union between a man and a woman.Constitution defines marriage as an union between a man and a woman and Same-sex marriage is constitutionally banned
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Constitution defines marriage as an union between a man and a woman. woman and Same-sex marriage is constitutionally banned
Sourceshttp://www.parlament.gov.rs/narodna-skupstina-/vazna-dokumenta.935.htmlhttps://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/LGBT_rights_in_Serbia
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http://www.parlament.gov.rs/narodna-skupstina-/vazna-dokumenta.935.html https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/LGBT_rights_in_Serbia

Revision by JordanB3047

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Start Date(NONE)2006
Descriptionsince 2006. constitution defines marriage as an union between one man and one woman Constitution defines marriage as an union between a man and a woman.
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since 2006. constitution defines marriage as an union between one man and one woman Constitution defines marriage as an union between a man and a woman.

Revision by XabBG

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Reports (3)
  • Status is not correct "I can't find any other source saying that Serbia recognizes foreign same sex marriages and the source you have here is talking about romania."
  • Status is not correct "Kosovo is not a part of Serbia, it is an independent country."
  • Sources are invalid or broken "source talks about romania, not serbia"

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