The HIV-positive gay couple in Argentina that was supposed to get married on World AIDS Day was barred from doing so, the Buenos Aires Herald reports.

It would have been the first marriage of a same-sex couple in Latin America.

After a judge ruled in favor of the couple, another court ordered a stop to the wedding because it was under federal jurisdiction.

The first judge asked the mayor of Buenos Aires to give the couple a marriage license, but the mayor refused.

Now the couple must wait for the country’s supreme court to weigh in, unless the mayor changes his mind.

An LGBT organization has asked the courts to consider whether the mayor can be found guilty of “resisting or disobeying a court ruling.”

More details to come as they are available.