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The Minister of youth, family and sports of the Bermuda Islands, Glenn Blekeni, has unveiled that "the current Government does not support the injustice and discrimination because of sexual orientation", revealing that they will work for that entry into force of a regulation prohibiting homophobia in the region.
The Government of Bermuda Islands under British control, has unveiled that it is preparing a new regulation to protect the diversity of sexual discrimination.
The authorities in Bermuda have revealed their intentions to include sexual orientation in the list of reasons why the citizens of the region not can be discriminated, under existing local regulations.
Glenn Blekeni, Minister of youth, family and sport in the British region, announced last Friday that "the current Government does not support the injustice and discrimination on grounds of race, sex, religion, origin, age or sexual orientation".
"The Government intends to promote equality for all and the prevention of discrimination against any class of people", revealed the Minister of youth, family and sports media.
However, Blekeni did not show too much support for sexual minorities the Government, claiming that they do not seek to directly protect the homosexual population, but also to heterosexuals that they are not discriminated against on the basis of their sexual orientation.
The Minister of youth, family and sports also revealed that the local government is not intended to allow marriage between people of the same sex, claiming that there is a large community of believers in the region who do not approve such unions.