Spanish government to push homosexual agenda at World Social Forum

.- A Spanish government official in charge of working with NGOs has announced he will advance the Zapatero administration’s proposals for Latin America, including gay “marriage,” at the upcoming World Social Forum in Venezuela.

Pedro Zerolo, who is also in charge of immigration issues for the Spanish government, will make known his government’s proposals at the Forum, which include the legalization of homosexual unions and the promotion of “a plural, diverse and equal society.”

Zerolo, who called Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero a “rainbow” president, praised the Spanish government’s agenda for the meeting and said he expected it to coincide with that of other leaders in Latin America, such as Michelle Bachhelet of Chile and Evo Morales of Bolivia.

During his visit to Venezuela, Zerolo plans to meet with Spanish citizens living there to explain the government’s plan to allow those who are homosexuals to contract matrimony.

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