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.

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    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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