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Taiwan’s Constitutional Court Rules 'Illegal to Ban Marriages Between Two People of Same Sex' - (25 May 2017)

Taiwan’s Constitutional Court, while paving the way for Asia’s first law allowing same-sex marriage, has ruled that it is illegal to ban marriages between two people of same sex and ordered parliament to change civil code within two years to bring it in line with constitution.

Tags : TAIWAN’S CONSTITUTIONAL COURT   SAME-SEX MARRIAGE  

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