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Australian Labor Party—Time for Marriage Equality

The Australian Labor Party has said since the campaign to decriminalise homosexuality, to the present day, Labor Governments have consistently been at the forefront of removing discrimination and fighting for the equal rights of LGBTI Australians.

In 2012 the State Labor Government of Queensland made same sex civil unions legal, this was late repealed by the incoming Conservite right wing Government lead by Campbell Newman.

Never before in Australian history has a Prime Minister of Australia stood for marriage equality for all Australians.

Australia is currently in the midst on an election. If re-elected, the Australian Labor Prime Minister, Kevin Rudd has said he will support a bill for equal marriage legislation within the first 100 days of government.

A twitter campaign has been launched @ItsTimeAus

1 Comment on Australian Labor Party—Time for Marriage Equality

  1. We should all be very careful what we wish for.
    Who can believe anything any of them say.
    Like a child who has learnt how to respond to a parent, they only tell us what they know we want to hear.
    After the election, the smoke and mirrors will leave us all with tears in our eyes and bleeding from the cuts.
    Those who survive the 2013 election campaign will envy those who perished in it.
    In the meantime, we can only hope for the best and make sure the beer’s cold.

    http://cartoonmick.wordpress.com/editorial-political/

    Cheers

    Mick

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