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Taiwan still divided on gay marriage, says Tsai Ing-wen
Taiwan's top court in May 2017 legalised gay marriage - the first place in Asia to do so - and ruled its decision must be implemented within two years.

  Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing-wen remained non-committal Monday on whether her government will actively push for quick implementation of a landmark court ruling last year which paved the way for same-sex couples to marry.

Taiwan’s top court in May 2017 legalised gay marriage – the first place in Asia to do so – and ruled its decision must be implemented within two years. Should the government fail to approve legislation within the deadline, the court ordered that gay marriage automatically become legal anyway.
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