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29 Jan 2019

Allow equal marriage in Taiwan or risk 'political catastrophe' experts warn

Anti-LGBT groups have been pushing lawmakers to form ‘cohabitation’ or ‘partnership’ laws rather than equal marriage.

Constitutional law experts in Taiwan have warned that the government and parliament must enact equal marriage or risk ‘political catastrophe’.
By the end of next month, lawmakers are expected to introduce legislation to comply with a court ruling that Taiwan’s Civil Code was unconstitutional for failing to recognize same-sex marriage.
 
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Constitutional law experts in Taiwan have warned that the government and parliament must enact equal marriage or risk ‘political catastrophe’.By the end of next month, lawmakers are expected to introduce legislation to comply with a court ruling that Taiwan’s Civil Code was unconstitutional for failing to recognize same-sex marriage. 

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