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Subscriber Account active since. Taiwan's Constitutional Court are scheduled to decide Friday on legalizing same-sex marriage, marking a potential first in Asia. The signs read ''Vote Can't Be Defeated. The vote Friday allows same-sex couples full legal marriage rights, including in areas such as taxes, insurance and child custody. Taiwan's Constitutional Court in May said the constitution allows same-sex marriages and gave parliament two years to adjust laws accordingly. Taiwan's acceptance of gay and lesbian relationships began in the s when leaders in today's ruling Democratic Progressive Party championed the cause to help Taiwan stand out in Asia as an open society.

Taiwan approves same-sex marriage in first for Asia

Taiwan approves same-sex marriage in first for Asia - Insider

The Taiwan lawmakers passed a law allowing same-sex couples to form "exclusive permanent unions" and to apply for a "marriage registration" with government agencies, reported Al Jazeera. The voting comes after Taiwan's top court ruled that not allowing same-sex marriage violates the constitution. The court gave a deadline till May 24 to lawmakers to amend the country's constitution to bring marriage equality. Hundreds of gay rights supporters gathered outside the Parliament building in the capital of Taipei despite the heavy rains before the votings. President Tsai Ing-wen said ahead of the vote she recognised that the issue had divided "families, generations and even inside religious groups".

Taiwan legalises same-sex marriage, a first in Asia

Subscriber Account active since. Gay newlyweds walk on a giant rainbow flag at a pro same-sex marriage party after registering their marriage in Taipei Reuters. Taiwan's parliament passed a bill last week that endorsed same-sex marriage, although the measure could complicate President Tsai Ing-wen's bid for re-election next year. More than same-sex couples married on Friday, according to government data, after years of heated debate over marriage equality that has divided the self-ruled and democratic island. Twenty couples queued to tie the knot at a marriage registration office in downtown Taipei, where rainbow flags were on display alongside stacks of government-issued, rainbow-themed registration forms.
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