Could Taiwan’s Constitutional Court Rule in Favour of Gay Marriage?



Taiwan could be the first country in Asia to legalise same-sex marriage.

A court will announce on Wednesday as to whether its current marriage law is unconstitutional or not.

Marriage in Taiwan is defined as solely being between a man and a woman, but campaigners argue that this is discriminative and untenable in law.


If the court agrees with them, it would make a same-sex marriage bill almost impossible to defeat in Parliament.  

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