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New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejiklian has broken ranks with her ethnic church and declared she will be voting "Yes" in the same-sex marriage postal survey.
Speaking at an event in Sydney, Ms Berejiklian described same-sex marriage as a "no brainer" and one of the most important human rights issues of our time.
"I don't know what the Premier thinks but as a church we adhere to our Christian values," he said.
Ms Berejiklian said voting for same-sex marriage was a simple decision for her."I'm hoping that all of us will look back and feel incredibly proud that we were part of something special," she said."That we put aside all of our different political views and came together in supporting our colleagues, in supporting our community, in supporting what is one of the most important decisions of our time, I believe, in terms of human rights."Same-sex marriage survey forms are being distributed to Australians, with final results from the survey to be announced in November.
In Soviet days Yerevan had already become known as the Pink City as much due to the color of the tufa stone used for building as for the flamboyant spirit of her young population.
In Soviet years Yerevan underwent massive reconstruction, following Alexander Tamanyan's (the architect) new plans to make a perfect city - a Neo-Classical wide-avenues-based town resembling Paris, Vienna and Saint Petersburg.
In fact, outside Turkey, it was considered to be a ‘genocide’ — the organized, state-sponsored killing of a people with an intended purpose of putting an end to their existence.
Attempted annihilation of the Armenians was only the beginning of a long series of violence and mass murders that marred the ensuing century as ethnically, linguistically, and religious diverse empires withered away into smaller, more nationalistic states.
The number of prostitutes in Armenia has remained virtually the same.
The majority of the prostitutes who are registered at the Police are divorced; some have kids as well. The street action in Yerevan can change rapidly due to police raids.