Uk, Julian Assange will be able to marry in prison with his partner Stella Moris

Julian Assange has obtained permission to marry his partner Stella Moris in Belmarsh prison in London, where he has been held since 2019 after the United States took legal action to extradite him. To report the news on the green light to the wedding of the founder of WikiLeaks is the Guardian.

Permission to marry has been requested for some time

The couple, who met when Assange lived in the Ecuadorian embassy in London, have two children. Permission to marry, which had been requested for some time, had not yet been granted. For this Assange and Stella Moris were about to take legal action against the director of the prison and the secretary of justice, Dominic Raab, accusing them of wanting to prevent the marriage from taking place.