A landmark Czech gay rights bill could still become law despite the veto of president Vaclav Klaus on Thursday.The bill proposing relationship registration and expanded health and inheritance rights for same-sex couples passed the Czech Republic’s parliament last month.It would not allow gay marriage or adoption by same-sex partners.The Czech prime minister Jiri Paroubek will attempt to bypass the presidential veto with a majority vote for the bill in parliament, 365Gay.com reported.Paroubek said it was sad Klaus did not vote for a bill that would reduce discrimination.

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