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Amid 377A debate, experts say definition of marriage could be enshrined in Constitution | Video

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Debate over Section 377A of the Penal Code continues to intensify, weeks after the Government indicated that it is considering its next steps on the law. Just days ago, Deputy Prime Minister Lawrence Wong said that the matter isn't just about repeal, but also about acknowledging societal concerns over family and marriage. The Government says it is looking at how to prevent the legal position on marriage from being challenged in the courts. Cherie Lok gives us some possibilities.

Debate over Section 377A of the Penal Code continues to intensify, weeks after the Government indicated that it is considering its next steps on the law. Just days ago, Deputy Prime Minister Lawrence Wong said that the matter isn't just about repeal, but also about acknowledging societal concerns over family and marriage. The Government says it is looking at how to prevent the legal position on marriage from being challenged in the courts. Cherie Lok gives us some possibilities.

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