On 19 June 2017, it was reported that the Danish Parliament had given final approval 108-0 to Marriage Act amendments enabling sames-sex couples to marry in the Faroe Islands. The amendments exclude religious ceremonies [R1.4].
On 29 April 2016, politicians in the self-governing archipelago that is part of Denmark, voted 19-14 in favour of same-sex marriage. Marrying in churches was left out of the law for fear the Christian parties would vote against it [R1.3].
On 16 March 2016, the Members of Parliament rejected a proposal to make same-sex marriage lawful 26-7 [R1.2].
On 13 March 2014, in the second reading, the legislature voted 20-11 against a same-sex marriage bill [R1.1].