BREAKING: French Constitutional Court Upholds Marriage Equality

Agence France-Presse has just reported on Twitter that France‘s constitutional court has upheld the legality of the nation’s new marriage equality law:


President François Hollande, who campaigned on a promise to bring mariage pour tous (marriage for all) to France, pledged yesterday to sign the bill into law as soon as the constitutional court released its decision:


So marriage equality is, for all intents and purposes, a done deal in France.

UPDATE: BFM TV is reporting that Hollande will sign the bill into law tomorrow (Saturday).

Libertéégalité, fraternité. Vive la France!

h/t: Joe


  1. Steven

    Please post an update on your lawsuit concerning Regnerus. The answer should have been served by now, right?

    • John

      Thanks for the inquiry, Steven. My lawsuit is still winding its way through the courts. Believe me, the delays are frustrating, but I promise to post an update as soon as new information becomes available. Thank you so much for your interest!

  2. Steven

    Thanks, John! I was just checking in because the responsive pleading (answer) is typically due 30 days after the service of the complaint. I’ll keep checking back for updates. A lot of people are interested in this and are very grateful to you for pursuing this.

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