Gay Star News reports:
A new group has emerged to fight for equal treatment of LGBTI people in Taiwan as same-sex couples continue to have no formal recognition in the ethnically Chinese island nation. The Lobby Alliance for LGBT Human Rights will fight for change by lobbying lawmakers to better educate them about the needs of LGBTI Taiwanese people and by making voters aware of which politicians are supporters and which are opponents and which remain publicly undecided. The group will also seek the support of figures in the Taiwanese business, entertainment and cultural sectors to get involved in supporting the legalization of same-sex marriage.
The article also notes that of the fifty lawmakers who have taken a position on the issue, 30 support it and 20 are opposed. But there are 113 total in Parliament – where do the other 63 stand?