Colours Caribbean will be picking up the cause of 26 couples who have registered their civil partnerships as the local not-for-profit organisation has “taken steps to join” a judicial review case filed by Kattina Anglin.
Leonardo Raznovich, attorney for Colours, confirmed that the advocacy group plans to join the case as an interested party.
Anglin’s lawsuit challenges the constitutionality of Governor Martyn Roper’s use of Section 81 of the Constitution to enact the Civil Partnerships Law.
Speaking on the Cayman Compass weekly talk show ‘The Resh Hour’ on 24 Feb., Raznovich said couples who will be directly impacted by the outcome of the case have already agreed to join the legal challenge, and he is appealing for other couples to come forward.
“Whether they are same-sex or heterosexual couples, you have an interest at stake. You need to make sure that you have your voice heard in the court in this process. You have accrued rights and therefore Colours…