Tag: atti di nascita

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5 July 2022
Mayor Beppe Sala's 'gift' to Pride
From now on, in Milan, the birth certificates of children of 'homogenous couples' will be automatically registered, including those born from surrogacy. Although the law and subsequent rulings firmly condemn the practice and point the way to 'adoption' for the 'intended' parent. But the registry office is the responsibility of the State, not of local administrations. And the Milanese have never been asked about it: all the critical aspects of a unilateral and very glamorous decision that could also present profiles of unconstitutionality
'We have restarted the recognition of children born in Italy by homogenous couples': the words with which Mayor Beppe Sala announced his personal 'gift' to Pride initially caused some confusion. In fact, children born 'in Italy' on the initiative of - and not 'by' - same-sex couples are only the children of women united with other women. The children of male couples are born in Canada, California or other procreative tourism destinations, but not in Italy [...].
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29 January 2021
Constitutional Court: a law is needed on the recognition of surrogate children
In a ruling handed down yesterday, the Constitutional Court has called on Italy's parliament to legislate on the issue of the recognition of children born through surrogacy, stating that "without prejudice to the prohibition of surrogacy as a criminal offence, the current legal framework does not ensure full protection of the interests of the child born through this technique": this was announced by the Court's press office ahead of the filing. In short: the order -the No. 8325 / 2020- of the Court of Cassation had put to the Court [...].
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