Opposition leader Bill Shorten has officially put forward a bill for marriage equality. The member for Sydney, Tanya Pliberseck, seconded the motion. .@BillShortenMP introduces a marriage equality bill to the parliament #auspol https://t.co/eMl58Sx3ip — Sky News Australia (@SkyNewsAust) September 12, 2016 The Marriage Equality Amendment Bill 2016 aims to render.
On Saturday July 2, voting for the 2016 Federal Election will open at 8am and close at 6pm. When you go to vote, you get two pieces of paper. One is green and is used to vote for a representative of your local area (or electoral division) in the House.
In preparation for the federal election on July 2nd, hundreds have come together in the grounds outside Town Hall in Sydney to rally for marriage equality, and to call for the highly divisive plebiscite to be dropped. The impassioned efforts to change the current Marriage Act, which only allows man.