Marseille official sentenced for refusing to perform same-sex marriage

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Assistant mayor Sabrina Hout was given a five-month suspended prison sentence and fined for not performing ceremony for two women.

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A Marseille court has handed a five-month suspended sentence to a city official who refused to marry two women. The case is the first since France legalised same-sex marriage in 2013, reports RFI.