Published On: Sri, kol 29th, 2012

Tročlana civilna zajednica izazvala bijes u Brazilu

Bilježnik u brazilskoj državi Sao Paulo izazvao je kontroverze kada je prihvatio “građansku zajednicu između tri osobe”.

Javni bilježnik Claudia Domingues rekla je da čovjek i dvije žene imaju pravo konzumirati sve iz obiteljskog prava.

Ona kaže da ne postoji ništa u zakonu što bi spriječilo takav aranžman.

Ovaj potez naljutio je neke vjerske skupine, dok je jedan odvjetnik iste opisao kao “apsurdne i potpuno nezakonite”

Tri pojedinca, muškarac i dvije žene, koji su odbili razgovor s novinarima, živjeli su u Rio de Janeiru tri godine zajedno i dijele zapise i druge dokaze o zajedničkom životu.

Gospođa Domingues kaže da su već otvorili i zajednički bankovni račun što također nije zabranjeno zakonom.

 

Mi samo prepoznaju što je postojalo uvijek, mi ne izmišljamo ništa ”

Prema izvješću Globo TV zajednica je priznata prije 3 mjeseca, no tek je sada došla u javnost:

Nathaniel Santos Batista Junior, a jurist who helped draft the document, said the idea was to protect their rights in case of separation or death of a partner, Globo reports.

Ms Domingues, who is based in the Sao Paulo city of Tupa, said the move reflected the fact that the idea of a “family” had changed.

“We are only recognising what has always existed. We are not inventing anything.”

“For better or worse, it doesn’t matter, but what we considered a family before isn’t necessarily what we would consider a family today.”

But lawyer Regina Beatriz Tavares da Silva told the BBC it was “absurd and totally illegal”, and “something completely unacceptable which goes against Brazilian values and morals”.

Ms da Silva, who is president of the Commission for the Rights of the Family within the Institute of Lawyers, says the union will not be allowed to remain in place.

Some religious groups have also voiced criticism of the move.

While Ms Domingues has approved the union, it is not clear whether courts, service providers and private companies such as health insurance providers will accept the ruling.