Thailand’s Politicians Are Finishing Up The Final Draft Of Their Civil Partnerships Bill
Ever since Taiwan announced that it would legalize gay marriage (though, religious groups are trying to thwart that effort), many have wondered which Asian country would become the second to allow same-sex marriage.
With Thailand’s general tolerance and almost acceptance of LGBTQ people, many guessed it would come second. Unfortunately, the country isn’t ready for same-sex marriage just yet, but it is working towards creating equal civil unions.
A subcommittee of the Justice Ministry is finishing up preparations for their draft of a Civil Partnership Bill, according to GayStarNews.
This Bill has been in the works since earlier this year when a petition for the government to work on gay rights led to its inception.
If passed, the Bill will give same-sex couples most of the same rights as
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