Peru has to recognize same-sex marriages entered abroad, a court has decided.
The ruling was made by the seventh Constitutional Court in the capital of Lima, following a lawsuit by a gay couple.
On Monday (9 December), the court ruled in Galarza’s favor, in a move which has been hailed as bringing the country one step closer to marriage equality.
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They've no idea what to make of the strange people who have appeared on the far riverbank, wearing clothes, carrying cameras, and using alien transportation devices. The men and women captured in the photographs belong to the Mascho-Piro, one of the world's last uncontacted tribes.
Holding his camera lens against a telescope, he captured one of the most detailed pictures of an uncontacted tribe ever taken.
It appears to show a family gazing at him with a mixture of fear and hostility.
stated that the initial arrests were made prematurely under pressure from Holloway's family.
Dompig charged that the family sidetracked the investigation by making it difficult for the police to collect evidence to solve the case.
‘It’s also a big step towards the full legal recognition of rainbow families.
The ruling’s symbolic character is big, because it relates to the marriage of a man who, more than 30 years ago, co-founded Lima’s homosexual movement.’ He hopes the registrar’s office would refrain from appealing the ruling.
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