BERLIN - The Greens go to court to enforce a ruling from the German parliament on the right of homosexual couples to marry. That's what filmmaker Katrin Göring-Eckardt said on Thursday in a broadcast of the ARD.
In the Bundestag three legislative proposals are being prepared- of Die Linke, the Greens and the Federal Council- for the approval of the marriage of the child without restrictions. However, the major coalition of CDU / CSU and SPD is sharply divided in this matter and training a vote. The party of Chancellor Merkel is particularly opposed to the right of adopty for homosexual couples.
The Greens want to get through the federal court in Karlsruhe that the theme will be discussed quickly in the permanent government committee. In addition, they hope that a decision will be made before the summer trip, and thus before the elections. 'Each time we sit back in committee and each time the coalition says that they need more time for discussion. But those deliberations never come, 'said Göring-Eckardt.