Malta has voted to allow same-sex marriage despite strong church opposition in the deeply Catholic country.
Lawmakers voted 66-1 in favour of the bill, with Prime Minister Joseph Muscat hailing the 'historic' decision in a country which only legalised divorce in 2011 and where abortion is still illegal.
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Adoption by same-sex couples has also been legal since that date.
Last year, the number of exclusively civil marriages eclipsed the number of church weddings for the first time.
Members of parliament on the predominantly Catholic island of Malta voted on Wednesday (12 July) to legalise same-sex marriage.
In a vote passed by 66-1, Malta’s parliament approved legislation replacing the traditional "you are now husband and wife" declaration in civil ceremonies with the phrase "you are now spouses”.
The vote is further evidence of Malta's transformation from a once-conservative nation, where divorce was illegal until 2011 and where abortion is outlawed.
As well as replacing the terms ‘husband and wife’ with gender neutral terms, amendments to the Marriage Act call for the removal of the terms "father" and "mother", to be substituted by "parents".
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