Rodney Croome to deliver the Sandy Duncanson lecture. The second bill, the Marriage Amendment Billsought to amend the Marriage Act Cth to define marriage as a union of a man and a woman; and clarify that same-sex marriages entered into under the law of another country will not be recognised in Australia.
Archived from the original PDF on 4 December Marriage Amendment Marriage Equality Bill Year Status Lapsed Government Prime Minister Coalition Tony Abbott Parties with a conscience vote ALP Bill type Private member Description The Bill sought to amend the Marriage Act Cth to define marriage as a union of two people; clarify that ministers of religion are not bound to solemnise marriage by any other law; remove the prohibition of the recognition of same-sex marriages solemnised in a foreign country; and include a regulation making power so that consequential amendments can be made to other Acts.
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By a very strong majority, essentially by two to one, we decided to confirm our existing position for this term of parliament, the position that we took to the election, that marriage is between a man and a woman. Marriage Legislation Amendment Bill [No. Back to top.
In Octoberthe Administrative Appeals Tribunal overturned a decision by the Foreign Affairs Department refusing to issue a transgender woman a passport listing her as female because she was married to a woman. Retrieved 21 March Geelong Advertiser.
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We will not allow marriage equality to be derailed by debates about religious freedoms that are better had elsewhere Reflections on a same-sex marriage plebiscite. The High Court, the Constitution and family law.
On 22 March the Bill passed the second and third reading stages in the House of Representatives without divisions. It outlines the merits and drawbacks of a referendum, a plebiscite and a parliamentary vote, and sets out the Committee's findings and views.