MIAMI – Cubans are set to vote on a new family code and whether to legalize same-sex marriage. On Sunday, Cuba is due to hold a long-awaited referendum to overhaul the more than four decades old family code that if passed for the first time would allow gay and lesbian couples to legally wed and adopt children. “I believe we are all equal in terms of rights, options, possibilities,” said Annery Rivera Velasco who recently married Yennys in a symbolic ceremony since same unions are not legal in Cuba. “In terms of being a citizen and expressing that citizenship, I
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