Johann Moxam writes: It’s interesting that the government has failed to hold any public meetings or surveys to assess the views of their constituents on the Domestic Partnership Bill
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Comments on the Domestic Partnership Bill, 2020
by V. Joy Basdeo MBE, JP, Notary Republic
Amplify Cayman is asking for areas in the Domestic Partnership Bill 2020 to be amended.
My response to the letter sent to my from Amplify Cayman Group
Colours Cayman: It’s time for the governor to act
Expresses concern and disappointment over defeat of Domestic Partnership Bill
Cayman Islands Governor Martyn Roper expressed disappointment at the defeat of the Domestic Partnership Bill in the Legislative Assembly today, declaring it a “sad day for the rule of law”.
The Cayman Islands Government's Civil Partnership Bill 2020.
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Civil Partnership Law now in force!