Opposition Leader Hon. McKeeva Bush said the country’s system is broken when it comes to recognising same-sex unions as it relates to the Cayman Islands immigration allowing dependents of same sex couples to join them on their work permit in Cayman.
Premier Hon. Alden McLaughlin shared his stance with the opposition leader saying “marriage is between a man and a woman”, but he stated disagreement should not become intolerance.
The country’s top two political leaders joined pastors and guest speakers at a Sunday (11 September) rally more than 3,000 people organised around a theme, “The future is now: preserving values for a better tomorrow” which included comments opposed to same-sex relationships.
Cayman 27’s Mario Grey reports on the Lions Centre event.