Pakistani gay marriage in sweden
If you want to get married in Sweden, you need to get understand the Swedish regulations regarding marriage. Here's what you need to know and what documents to bring with you before you apply for a Swedish marriage license. We recommend getting this legal aspect of your wedding out of the way at least 9 weeks before your wedding date. You do not have to be a resident of Sweden to get married there. Sweden requires that you provide certified birth certificates, passports, and proof that you are both single or free to marry via a single status affidavit.
Swedish PM tells priests to carry out same-sex marriages ‘or do something else’
Swedish PM tells priests to carry out same-sex marriages ‘or do something else’ — RT Viral
Same-sex marriage in Sweden has been legal since 1 May , following the adoption of a new gender-neutral law on marriage by the Swedish Parliament on 1 April ,  making Sweden the seventh country in the world to open marriage to same-sex couples nationwide. Existing registered partnerships remain in force and can be converted to a marriage if the parties so desire, either through a written application or through a formal ceremony. New registered partnerships are no longer able to be entered into and marriage is now the only legally recognized form of union for couples regardless of sex. On 22 October , the governing board of the Church of Sweden , voted —62 in favour of allowing its priests to wed same-sex couples in new gender-neutral church ceremonies,  including the use of the term marriage. Registered partnership Swedish : registrerat partnerskap was legalised in Sweden in A law to this effect was approved in June by a vote of — and took effect on 1 January Sweden was the third country to legally recognise same-sex unions, after Denmark and Norway.
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A man claiming to represent a group called the United Human Rights Commission has petitioned the Sindh High Court demanding that the authorities act in the case. Muhammad Imran Shahzad contended that the gay marriage involving a Pakistan i citizen was illegal because it was against Islamic ideology and the laws of the country. Shahzad told the court in his petition that he had in his possession a marriage certificate and a photograph of the couple and called on the government to act. He furthermore argued that Pakistan ambassadors were failing to preach Islamic religious teachings in their country of posting. According to the report, the court is expected to rule on the application within a couple of days.