"Ten years ago Argentina became a fairer country. It was the first Latin American state to recognize homosexuals' right to marriage," Ana de Celia tweeted.
"I am proud to have participated in that historic debate. It was a love triumph," Foreign Affairs Minister Felipe Sola expressed.
"Love is love, Argentina," singer Kevin Johansen tweeted after recalling he sang for the crowds in front of the National Congress the same night in which the law was enacted.
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