Taiwan could become the first Asian country, which legalized same-sex marriage

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Taiwan could become the first country in Asia, which will be legalized same-sex marriage. According to CNN reports, the bill will soon be presented to the parliamentary committee.

The author of the bill was the representative of the Democratic Progressive Party Yu Mei-Nu. She promised that by the end of 2016 will make it to the parliament. The politician believes that same-sex couples in Taiwan will be able to marry until 2020.

For many years, the LGBT activists island fought for the legalization of same-sex unions. In 2003, the Taiwan authorities have developed a law allowing homosexuals to register marriages and adopt children, but Taiwanese President Ma Ying-jeou stated that the approval of this bill it should approve the majority of the inhabitants of the island.

In 2012, gay activists have made a new draft law on same-sex marriages, but it was rejected by Parliament under consideration.

In 2012, gay activists have made a new draft law on same-sex marriages, but it was rejected by Parliament under consideration.

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