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Same-sex marriage – Parliament of Australia Same-sex marriage bill: Parliaments LGBTI politicians in their own words By Michael Koziol Updated December 8, 2017 — 6.02am first published December 7, 2017 — 6.00pm

Same-sex marriage bill in Australia passes the Senate Since 9 December 2017, same-sex marriages that took place overseas are generally recognised in Australia. If we recognise your marriage, you can’t get married again in Australia. But you may choose to hold another type of ceremony, such as: confirmation of vows; recommitment ceremony; Family law and same-sex divorce in Australia and overseas. From 9 December 2017, same-sex married couples are treated the same as other married couples in Australia.

Senate passes same-sex marriage bill | Best in Australia australia same sex marriage bill Yesterday marks another significant victory for the Australian gay community as the bill for same-sex marriage passes in The Australian Senate with 43 votes for and 12 against. Earlier this month the results of the same-sex marriage postal survey came in with 61.6% of Australians declaring they think the law should be changed to allow same-sex

Australia same-sex marriage bill passes Senate hurdle australia same sex marriage bill The Bill sought to amend the Marriage Act 1961 (Cth) to ensure that same-sex marriages are given equal status to heterosexual marriages, including repealing the definition of ‘marriage’ as the union between a man and a woman and repealing provisions which prevent same-sex marriages entered into under the law of another country from being recognised in Australia.

Same-sex marriage bill: Parliaments LGBTI politicians in Australia: Same-Sex Marriage Bill Passes. (Dec. 13, 2017) On December 7, 2017, the Australian House of Representatives (lower house) voted to pass the Marriage Amendment (Definition and Religious Freedoms) Bill 2017, which legalizes same-sex marriage nationwide, with only four members voting against the legislation.