Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel has upheld same-sex marriage.
The Cuban pioneer, who assumed control from Raúl Castro on 19 April, said he was supportive of perceiving “marriage between individuals with no confinements”.
In a meeting with TV Telesur, he said doing as such was “a piece of wiping out a segregation in the public arena”.
It comes as Cuba is refreshing its constitution, which had characterized marriage as between “a man and a lady”.
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The proposed constitution will supplant the 1976 national sanction once a famous meeting is finished up and the draft has been endorsed in a national submission planned for February 2019.