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Mexico City’s new gay marriage prompts throngs of licences being granted

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  1. Angel Campuzano 5 Mar 2010, 1:59am

    It’s worth to say that David Razu, the Mexico City legislator who first proposed the law, just graduated from the London School of Economics (LSE) and, personally, I believe that his studies at LSE gave them the right tools to make a change in Mexico City.

  2. Angel Campuzano 5 Mar 2010, 2:00am

    It’s worth to say that David Razu, the Mexico City legislator who first proposed the law, just graduated from the London School of Economics (LSE) and, personally, I believe that his studies at LSE gave him the right tools to make a change in Mexico City.

  3. Well done Mexico City and its 9 million people for being the largest city in the world with full marriage equality. :)

  4. Gay activist Paul Mitchell 5 Mar 2010, 11:34am

    Mexico City has 20 million – where did 9 million come from??????

    Congradulations on the two cities (Mexico City and DC) on this historical day!!!!

  5. It shows you the reliability of Wikipedia LOL

  6. ¡Viva la Ciudad de México!
    Y felicidades a todas las parejas que aprovechan la nueva ley. La América Latina tradicionalmente ‘machista’ da muchos pasos progresivos.
    Long live Mexico City!
    And congratulations to all the couples who make use of the new law. Traditionally ‘macho’ Latin America is making great progressive strides.

  7. Angel Campuzano 5 Mar 2010, 12:58pm

    Hi everyone. I’m from Mexico City and it’s 9 million living in the city and 11 million from Greater Mexico City that actually, even though they don’t live in the city, they come to study/work every day. Hope this helps!

  8. The Menstruator 5 Mar 2010, 2:13pm

    How hilarious is it that Mexico City has it together and most of the United States does not. Most americans would employ them to clean, but not allow them to marry. It’s a joke.

  9. Actually, Greater Mexico City has 22 million inhabitants, not 20 million, but 22 million. Mexico City has around 9 million inhabitants.

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