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Costa Rica's Same-Sex Couples Can Marry In 2020

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According to Reuters, Costa Rica's constitutional court has ruled that same-sex couples in Costa Rica are going to have the right to get married by 2020. The court has backed the opinion of the San Jose-based Inter-American Court of Human Rights, which in January said that countries in the region should legalize same-sex unions. Legalizing gay marriage was a major campaign promise of new President Carlos Alvarado Quesada, who took office in May.

Added on the 16/11/2018 18:24:17 - Copyright : Wochit

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