At least 157 couples in Taiwan plan to wed on the first day same-sex marriage will be legal in Taiwan next month, according to a local rights organisation. Same-sex marriage will automatically become legal in Taiwan on 24 May according to a 2017 Constitutional Court ruling.
But, parliament plans to pass a bill to legislate the ruling ahead of the deadline. The government said last week it would be ready to register same-sex marriages whether the bill had passed or not. According to a government statement in December last year, almost 4,000 same-sex couples had registered to marry. The Taiwan Alliance to Promote Civil Partnership Rights (TAPCPR) has also organised a massive wedding banquet outside the Presidential Office on 25 May.
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