Australia celebrates ‘day for love’ as parliament passes same sex marriage in landslide vote -

Australia celebrates ‘day for love’ as parliament passes same sex marriage in landslide vote

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  • Dec 07 2017 08:30About: 4 days ago
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Australia’s parliament has legislated for marriage equality, passing a bill almost unanimously to allow two people, regardless of sex, to marry.
On Thursday the House of Representatives passed a cross-party bill after an unprecedented national postal survey gave unstoppable momentum to legislate the historic social reform.
Australia, which changed the law in 2004 to say that marriage is only between a man and a woman, has now become the 26th nation to legalise same-sex marriage.
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Australia’s parliament legislated marriage equality passing bill almost unanimously allow people regardless sex marry. On Thursday House Representatives passed cross-party after unprecedented national postal survey gave unstoppable momentum legislate historic social reform. Australia which changed 2004 that only between woman become 26th nation legalise same-sex marriage. The lower...

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