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Lawmakers in Chile Respond to Murder of Gay Man With Gay Rights Law
Lawmakers in Chile have responded to the murder of Daniel Zamudio by passing a gay-inclusive anti-discrimination law.

Zamudio died March 27 from injuries he received during an attack in a park in Santiago on March 3. Police have arrested 4 suspects who have been charged with beating Zamudio for an hour, burning him with cigarettes and carving Nazi symbols into his body. Officials believe the 24-year-old Zamudio was targeted because he is gay.

The House of Deputies this week joined the Senate in approving the anti-discrimination bill which was first proposed in 2005. Evangelical churches had lobbied heavily against the measure, arguing it would lead to the eventual legalization of gay marriage, the AP reported.

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Published on:  April 7, 2012


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