In a landmark verdict Thursday, the highest legal authority, the Constitutional Court, canceled a controversial law requiring transgender individuals seeking sex change surgery to prove they are "unable to procreate."
The verdict stems from an appeal by an applicant whose petition to obtain a female ID was rejected as she did not undergo a sex change surgery.
The law has long been criticized by LGBT rights activists for forcing transgender individuals to undergo sterilization surgeries.
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