Three Person Couple in Brazil Enters Into Civil Union Sparking Controversy

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São Paulo City Hall (Photo: Wiki Commons)

Three people in Brazil — a man and two women — have been living together for three years and have a joint bank account.

And that entitles them to certain family benefits, according to the notary in São Paulo.

The move has been denounced by religious groups and others.

The BBC's Jefferson Puff has been reporting on this story and he speaks to anchor Marco Werman.

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