Lawmaker says same-sex marriage ruling ‘liberating’ for Taiwan
Wednesday, 13 June 2018 Being the first in Asia to legalise same-sex marriage was a big step towards creating a “broad-minded” society, a Taiwanese legislator said, referring to a ruling last year by the island’s justice system that guaranteed the right under Taiwan’s constitution. People have recognised “the diversity of Taiwanese society” in the process of discussing the issue of same-sex marriage, “and they have become aware of disadvantages sexual minorities face”,...
Taiwan will hold a public vote on whether the island's civil law should recognise same-sex marriage, two election officials told Reuters on Tuesday, reviving a... Reuters India - WorldAlso reported by •Firstpost
A two-day referendum to change Romania's constitution so same sex couples cannot secure the right to marry failed to meet the required 30 percent voter turnout... Reuters India - WorldAlso reported by •Firstpost
Gay rights supporters celebrated after a referendum to change Romania's constitution to prevent same sex couples from securing the right to marry failed to draw enough voters to validate the result on..