1,468 gays and lesbians in Ireland have taken advantage of the country’s new civil partnerships law, which came into force in 2011.
According to research by the Irish Examiner, gay civil partnerships make up 2.6 percent of registered relationships in the country.
448 of the 734 couples who have entered civil partnerships are gay men, 286 were lesbian.
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