Taiwan has recently announced that bills to legalise same-sex marriages are moving through its parliamentary system. Legislators in Taiwan are working on three bills where one of the bills may be passed as a law in early 2017. Incumbent President Tsai Ing-wen, the first female head of state who took office in May, said that she is in support of same-sex marriage. Her Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) is largely in favour of same-sex marriages.
November 27 / CBC News