Chile legalizes same-sex marriage

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A historic day for Chile as the country votes to grant equal marriage rights to same-sex couples.

This makes Chile the 31st nation to pass a vote for gay marriage.

Now all that's needed is for President Sebastián Piñera's signature to be added to make this law.

Click the link to find out more:

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/12/07/world/americas/chile-gay-marriage.html



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Lynn Wood @ 2021.12.18 1:19 AM
Chile joins a growing list of Catholic Latin American countries who have legalised same-sex marriage including Costa Rica, Ecuador, Colombia, Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina, and 14 of Mexico's 32 states. BBC


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