The Supreme Court of Nepal Tuesday instructed the government to legally recognize same-sex marriage. The Supreme Court of Nepal has also ruled that the government must recognize the same-sex foreign spouse of a Nepali citizen. Building on judgments from 2007 and 2017 that recognized rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people, the top court found that failure to recognize same-sex marriage violates Nepal’s constitution and its international human rights obligations. Same-Sex Marriages: Supreme Court Says No Data From Government To Indicate It Is ‘Urban-Elitist Concept’.
Nepal Supreme Court on Same-Sex Marriage
The Supreme Court of Nepal has instructed the government to legally recognize same-sex marriage (LGBTQ+). The court has also instructed the government to recognize the same-sex foreign spouse of a Nepali citizen.
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