(Watch) A Bolivian court has struck down a ruling from officials against a same-sex couple who wished to have their union registered. The ruling came from a junior court in the country, the Second Constitutional Chamber of the La Paz Court of Justice. The case was brought about by a same-sex couple living in La Paz, who had lived together for ten years. They wished to have their union registered, but the Civil Registry Service, refused them last year. Both members of the court said this decision went against the couple’s human rights. This follows up a 2018 ruling by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights that said countries in its jurisdiction, which includes Bolivia, need to treat same-sex couples 'without discrimination.'