The New Paper

March 17, 2021

Japanese court rules on same-sex marriage

A Japanese court ruled that the government’s failure to recognize same-sex marriage is unconstitutional, potentially setting a precedent that could impact similar cases around the country. Japan is the only G7 nation that does not fully recognize same-sex marriage.
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