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Greeks divided over law allowing change of gender identity

The coalition government in Greece has voted to allow people to change their gender identity without medical treatment.

The coalition government in Greece has voted to allow people to change their gender identity without medical treatment. A bill became law by a narrow majority. It allows people to make their choice on gender from the age of 15. The move has divided public opinion in Greece.

Al Jazeera's Psaropoulos reports from Athens.

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