What are the legal areas of same-sex marriage in the world
4hw.org: Recently, Taiwan's homosexuality has attracted attention. The legality of Taiwan's homosexuality means that same-sex marriage and normal gender marriage are also protected by law. At the same time, it's a huge victory for homosexuals. So what other regions in the world are legal for same-sex marriage? Let's take a look!
Taiwan media reported Thursday that at 4 p.m. yesterday, Taiwan's judiciary, the 'justice' interpreted the Constitution and announced that it was against the 'Constitution' to ban same-sex marriage.
According to the Interpretation No. 748 issued by Taiwan's' chief justice ', the' chief justice 'believes that the' civil law 'does not allow the same-sex marriage provisions' unconstitutional', the competent authority should guarantee the same marriage by law, and correct within two years, if not completed within the time limit, after the time limit, the comrades can get married directly by virtue of the 'chief justice' interpretation. In other words, Taiwan has become the first region in Asia to guarantee same-sex marriage by law.
The result of Taiwan's "constitutional interpretation case" of the same marriage has set a historic day. Yesterday afternoon, groups and comrades gathered outside the legislature cheered, and many people hugged and wept, shouting "too touched".
&Lsquo; & rsquo; countries where same-sex marriage has been legalized (legal time)
Netherlands (2001), Belgium (2003), Spain (2005), Canada (2005), South Africa (2006), Norway (2009), Sweden (2009), Portugal (2010), Iceland (2010), Argentina (2010), Denmark (2011), Uruguay (2013), New Zealand (2013), France (2013), Brazil (2013).
Countries where civil unions have been legalized: Germany (2001), Finland (2002), Luxembourg (2004), UK (2005), Andorra (2005), Czech Republic (2006), Slovenia (2006), Switzerland (2007), Hungary (2009), Austria (2010), Ireland (2011).
Some regions legalize same-sex marriage or civil union: the United States, Mexico, Australia.