The Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women today considered the fourth periodic report of Andorra on how it implements the provisions of the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women. During the interactive dialogue, Experts raised concerns about access to abortion and gender stereotypes. Committee Experts reiterated a recommendation that had been made in previous concluding observations, namely to legalize abortion under certain circumstances. The delegation said the decriminalization of abortion would require a constitutional change and would create a number of institutional problems, as Andorra was a co-principality. Still, the Government wanted to make headway on this matter.
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Recognition of same-sex unions in Andorra
The Principality of Andorra is a constitutional, parliamentary democracy. Two co-princes—the president of France and the Spanish bishop of Urgell—serve with joint authority as heads of state. On April 7, the country held free and fair multiparty elections for the 28 seats in parliament the General Council of the Valleys , which selects the head of government. The national police maintained internal and external security. The Ministry of Justice and Interior maintained effective civilian control over the security forces.
Andorra has established two registration schemes for same-sex couples: stable unions on 23 March and civil unions on 25 December In March , Andorra legalised "stable unions". Although the co-princes are both the heads of state for Andorra, only a single signature is required to sanction and promulgate new laws, and to order their publication in the Principality of Andorra. Partners seeking to enter a stable union must not be related in direct line by consanguinity or adoption, or in the collateral line by consanguinity to the fourth degree. Both partners must be adults or emancipated minors, must not be already married or in an existing stable union, must live as a couple and at least one partner must be a resident of Andorra or an Andorran national.