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Culture > Sexuality > Homosexuality > Recognition of gay relationships: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Recognition of relationships.

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COUNTRY DESCRIPTION
Albania (proposed)
Andorra Legal since 2005
Argentina Unregistered cohabitation throughout the country.
Austria Yes (since 2010)
Belgium Yes (since 2000)
Bolivia (Proposed)
Brazil "Stable unions" legal since 2004, All rights as recognized family entities available nationwide since 2011
Bulgaria No
Chile (Registered cohabitation vote pending by congress)
Colombia Legal since 2007
Croatia Yes (expansion proposed)
Cyprus No (proposed)
Czech Republic Yes (since 2006)
Denmark Yes (since 1986)
Ecuador Civil unions legal since 2009
Estonia No (proposed)
Finland Yes (since 2002)
France Yes (since 1999)
Germany Yes (since 2001)
Greece No (proposed)
Hungary Yes (since 2009)
Iceland Legal since 1996
India No explicit recognition.
Ireland Yes (since 2011)
Israel Unregistered cohabitation
Italy No (proposed)
Latvia No
Liechtenstein Registered partnership since 2011
Lithuania No
Luxembourg Yes (since 2004)
Malta No (under consideration)
Netherlands Yes (since 1998)
Norway Legal since 1993
Paraguay (Constitutional ban since 1992)
Poland No (rejected)
Portugal Yes (since 2001)
Romania No (proposed)
San Marino / (Only immigration right)
Slovakia No (rejected)
Slovenia Yes (since 2006)
Spain Yes
Sweden Yes (since 1995)
Switzerland Registered partnership since 2007
Thailand proposed on 2013
United Kingdom Yes (since 2005)
Uruguay Civil unions since 2008.
Vietnam (Proposed)

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