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On Friday, one week before the court-mandated deadline, lawmakers will vote on three draft bills, one put forward by the cabinet, two submitted by anti-LGBT groups. For the people at the forefront of the marriage equality movement, it is a make-or-break moment, and success is anything but guaranteed. In the local elections that were held concurrently with the referendum last year, there was a bright spot for the LGBT community here, however. Miao Po-ya, of the Social Democratic party was voted into office as a Taipei city councillor, making history as the first two openly gay people, both elected on the same day to hold such a position in Taiwan. While there is significant support for it among legislators, she said it was not guaranteed to pass. In the wake of the constitutional court ruling two years ago, the party could have easily pushed for full marriage equality legislation, with the cover of following court orders.

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