The marriage was not recorded in order to prevent a subsequent nullification, and Vila described it as a "militant act", saying that: "There are times when it is necessary to act outside the law.
Refusing homosexual marriage is to deny the reality of thousands of couples." The French Government's reaction was mixed: junior Families Minister Claude Greff called the event a "provocation on the eve of the presidential election" in 2012, while Solidarity Minister Roselyne Bachelot stated that she supported same-sex marriage but that the ceremony was "not the best way to advance the cause".
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In 2013, following the implementation of same-sex marriage laws in France, approximately 7,000 same-sex couples legally married in the nation.
On 12 February 2013, the National Assembly approved the bill as a whole in a 329–229 vote and sent it to the Senate.
There has been confusion over whether the act applies to nationals of Algeria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Cambodia, Kosovo, Laos, Montenegro, Morocco, Poland, Serbia, Slovenia or Tunisia as it would breach bilateral agreements that stipulate the law of that state applies rather than French law.
The marriage rates of same-sex couples in France has remained constant over the years, except in 2014 when there was an increase in marriages.
Mamère claimed that there was nothing in French law to prohibit such a ceremony, and that he would appeal any challenge to the European Court of Human Rights.
On 27 July 2004, the Bordeaux Court of General Jurisdiction declared the marriage null and void.