Lithuanian parliament refuses to vote on controversial 'denigration of family' bill

The Lithuanian parliament voted to remove the controversial bill on 'denigration' of family values from its agenda. The law, which rights groups say would restrict freedom of expression, such as LGBT pride marches, was to be put for the final vote on Thursday.
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