Gay Marriage Vote Comes to a Screeching Halt in Australia

by Admin on November 8, 2016

The vote to legalize same sex marriage was proposed by the Australian government

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A proposal made by the Australian government to hold a national vote on same sex marriage has been turned down by the upper house of Parliament reports BBC.

The proposal to arrange a plebiscite came after several opinion polls held on the matter showed that most Australians support legalizing same sex marriage.

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Although it is already legal in many states, the national law still does not recognize gay marriages.

Opponents of the law said that a plebiscite would cost too much money and result in a divisive decision according to BBC.

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