BUENOS AIRES, Argentina -- An architect and a retired office worker are the first couple to wed under Argentina's historic law legalizing same-sex marriage.
Jose Luis Navarro and Miguel Angel Calefato said "I do" Friday morning in the city of Frias, Santiago del Estero Province, shortly after the law took effect.
They have been partners for 27 years.
Another pair wed a few hours later in Buenos Aires, and at least three more couples are scheduled to marry over the weekend.
Argentina is the first Latin American nation to legalize same-sex marriage. President Cristina Fernandez signed the bill into law July 21.