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In countries with a federal system of governance, states and territories often may grant recognition to same-sex couples in their own jurisdictions, although unitary states with a level of devolution, such as Spain or the United Kingdom, also offer such legalities to local authorities.The first jurisdiction to enact unregistered cohabitation was British Columbia in Canada in July 1992.Finland, Malta and Germany legalized same-sex marriage in 2017.As of November 2017, legislation to allow same-sex marriage is pending, or has passed at least one legislative house on a national level in Australia, Chile, Costa Rica, Peru, Switzerland and Taiwan.As of November 2017, there are thirty-four jurisdictions worldwide have legalized some kind of alternative form of legal union of same-sex couples other than marriage.Those are five Australian states (New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania and Victoria), one Australian territory (the Australian Capital Territory), a constituent country of the United Kingdom (Northern Ireland), all the special municipalities of Taiwan (Kaoshiung, New Taipei, Taichung, Tainan, Taipei and Taoyuan), the three Taiwanese provincial cities of Chiayi, Hsinchu and Keelung, nine counties of Taiwan (Changhua, Chiayi, Hsinchu, Kinmen, Lienchiang, Miaoli, Nantou, Pingtung and Yilan), two special wards of Tokyo (Shibuya and Setagaya), one designated city of Japan (Sapporo), one special city of Japan (Takarazuka), one city of Japan (Iga), one core city of Japan (Naha), the British Crown dependency of Jersey, Aruba, a constituent country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, and the Mexican state of Tlaxcala For the time being, sixty-four jurisdictions worldwide have legalized same-sex marriage.
Venezuela has a ban on de facto unions but not marriage.Those are: As of November 2017, legislation to allow same-sex marriage is pending, or has passed at least one legislative house in the Mexican states of Aguascalientes, Sinaloa, Sonora, Tabasco, Veracruz, Yucatán and Zacatecas, as well as the British Crown dependencies of Alderney and Jersey. Others ban marriage and prohibit legislation providing "similar rights".Thirty-two countries, two Mexican states and three British Overseas Territories have passed constitutional amendments banning a variety of same-sex unions. Jamaica was the first country to prohibit same-sex marriage in July 1962.Furthermore, same-sex marriages performed in the Netherlands are recognized in Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten.Whether same-sex couples should be allowed to marry has been and remains the topic of debate worldwide.
As of November 2017, legislation to allow an alternative form of legal recognition of same-sex couples other than marriage has been proposed, is pending, or has passed at least one legislative house on a national level in Bolivia, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Lithuania, Monaco, Peru, the Philippines, Romania, San Marino, Thailand and Venezuela.