A gay couple from the Mexican city of Mexicali on Saturday was able to legally marry after officials blocked their previous attempts to do so.
A local judge officiated what the San Diego Union-Tribune described as the “impromptu wedding” of Victor Fernando Urias Amparo and Victor Manuel Aguirre Espinoza that took place outside Mexicali City Hall during an LGBT rights protest.
The two men in November had been scheduled to become the first same-sex couple to legally marry in Baja California, but Mexicali officials prevented them from exchanging vows because of what they described as problems with their paperwork.
Reports indicate Díaz could face criminal charges over Mexicali officials’ decision to prevent Aguirre and Urias from marrying.
Aguirre told the Washington Blade that Mexicali Mayor Jaime Díaz Ochoa’s assistant came up to him and Urias and told them that he would like to allow them to marry “at that moment.” The two men and their lawyer, José Luís Márquez, went into Díaz’s office, and came out of Mexicali City Hall about half an hour later.
Roughly 500 people were on hand to witness Aguirre and Urias exchange vows.
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