5/17/16 BBC News
Mexico’s President, Enrique Pena Nieto, has proposed constitutional reform to legalise same-sex marriage across the country.
The decision follows a Supreme Court ruling that opened the way to such unions.
Gay marriage is only legal in the capital, Mexico City, and a few states.
Elsewhere in Latin America, Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay and most recently Colombia have already legalised same-sex marriage.
Mexico’s Supreme Court declared last year that it was unconstitutional for the country’s states to ban such marriages.
Mr Pena Nieto made the announcement at an event marking Mexico’s national day against homophobia.