Thailand Moves Towards Legalizing Same-Sex Unions with Landmark Bill Passage

Thailand’s Parliament advances towards legalizing same-sex unions as the lower house passes a landmark bill. Supported by major parties, the bill requires Senate and royal approval. Danuphorn Punnakanta, committee chairman, emphasized the move towards equality. If passed, Thailand would become Asia’s third territory to legalize such unions, following Taiwan and Nepal. The bill’s journey reflects over a decade of efforts amid societal shifts and political challenges.

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