A bill that would legalize gay marriage in Uruguay was formally introduced on Tuesday.
The bill was drafted with the help of the gay rights group Ovejas Negras (Black Sheep) and is being sponsored by Representative Sebastian Sabini of the Frente Amplio, the nation's ruling party, the Spanish news agency EFE reported.
Sabini told reporters that the measure enjoys the support of his party.
“We are not focusing on the issue of gay marriage but on marriage equality regardless of sex, gender or religion,” Sabini said in April, when he first proposed the bill.
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