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Namibian Court Rules It Cannot Require Recognition of Same-Sex Marriages

By Human Rights Watch
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Click to expand Image Anita Elfriede Seiler-Lilles (1st L) and Anette Seiler ( 2nd L, applicants in the case), Phillip Lhl (C) and Guillermo Delgado (4th R) who have a pending case regarding domicile and the nationality of their children born by surrogate, and Johan Potgieter (3rd R) and Daniel Digashu (1st R, both applicants in the case) are seen having a debrief after the court verdict in Windhoek, Namibia on January 20, 2022.  © 2022 HILDEGARD TITUS/AFP via Getty Images Namibia’s High Court ruled last week that it could not require that the marriages of two same-sex couples conducted…

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