Mexico's Supreme Court Upholds Gay Marriage Law

Published: February 19, 2010

Mexico’s Supreme Court Upholds Gay Marriage Law

Mexico’s Supreme Court on Friday rejected three out of five challenges to Mexico City’s gay marriage law, El Universal reported.

The court said the challenges brought by the governors of three states controlled by the conservative PAN Party were “clearly inappropriate.”

The decision, written by Minister Sergio Valls, said the states did not have the legal authority to challenge the laws of another state or the nation’s federal district of Mexico City.

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