Taiwan will enact a separate law for same-sex unions after conservative groups won a recent referendum battle, the premier said, as LGBT activists Friday urged the government to abide by a landmark ruling to offer equal marriage rights. Gay rights campaigners want the existing marriage law to be amended and have said separate regulations would make them second-class citizens. Taiwan’s top court last year voted to legalise gay marriage, the first place in Asia to do so.
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