10 February 2021
Parliament of the Netherlands (photo credit: Rene Mensen/flickr)
The Senate has overwhelmingly backed changing the Dutch constitution to ban discrimination on grounds of disability or sexual orientation. The upper house voted 58-15 to extend Article 1 of the constitution, which explicitly forbids discrimination on grounds of religion, conscience, political affiliation, race or sex. The measure, proposed by the D66, Labour (PvdA) and GroenLinks, had already been approved by the lower house.
Read the full article here: DutchNews.nl
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