Australias same-sex marriage postal vote is starting to look like a $122 million shemozzle
Australia has revealed plans for a voluntary popular vote by post on legalising same-sex marriage, in an attempt to end years of political wrangling over …
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia will hold a non-compulsory postal vote on legalising same-sex marriage if a second bid to win political support for a national ballot fails, a …
Imagine the triplicate discriminatory forces of being a young gay, religious migrant in western Sydney today. The postal vote has done significant damage to cultural diversity and acceptance in western Sydney and Australia more broadly.
Australia gay marriage rally draws record crowd ahead of postal vote. By Benjamin Cooper, Alison Bevege. 4 Min Read. SYDNEY (Reuters) - More than 20,000 people rallied in …
See also: History of same-sex marriage in Australia. Marriage in Australia, the constitutional province of the federal parliament, was legally defined as a union between a man and a woman in 2004. At the time of the survey, same-sex unions in Australiawere treated as de factounions under federal law.
The Australian government plans to gauge support for same-sex marriage through a voluntary postal ballot after its divisive bill for a compulsory vote was again rejected …
Postal vote for gay marriage has unfortunate BUMSEX barcode. Richard Hartley-Parkinson Wednesday 20 Sep 2017 6:56 am. Share this article via facebook Share this article via twitter Share this
Australia gay vote: The moment the country said yes Australians have overwhelmingly voted in favour of legalising same-sex marriage in a historic poll. The non-binding postal vote showed 61.6% of
Summary. Australia has voted yes to same-sex marriage; 61.6 per cent of people voted yes and 38.4 per cent of people voted no; Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has called on politicians to
Malcolm Turnbull declared the postal survey was a moment when "every Australian can have a say". This suggested it was a grand democratic undertaking, but submitting minority rights to a public vote was a grave insult to the dignity of LGBT people.