According to sources Taiwan government earlier said the Saturday referendum would not affect it bringing in the changes required by the court ruling. Meanwhile conservative groups asked whether the legislation defining marriage as a union between a man and a woman in Taiwan's Civil Code should remain unchanged, while the Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) activists demanded equal marriage rights.
Reportedly initial results suggested the conservatives received overwhelming support, while gay rights activists failed. Furthermore the authorities now were expected to pass a special law, without amending the Civil Code. As per report campaigners fear the eventual legislation would be weaker. As per report from Taiwanese media “One possible outcome could be that gay couples would be given legal protection but not allow marrying”.
After 14 years this Coimbatore Govt School gets power supply Accordingly the announcement of election dates turned out to be a blessing for a government school in Coimbatore district. Reportedly a government middle school located in the Thadagam reserve forest area, a region populated by tribals, received an electricity connection after 17 years since the school has been notified as a polling booth.
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