Most Australians support the country becoming the nation number 26 that legalizes same-sex marriage, according to the results obtained this Wednesday in a survey by the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
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Malta approves the same-sex marriage citizen participation in the postal consultation, which was not paid Gatoia, has reached 79.5% of the 16 million Australians with the right to vote. The yes has won with 61.6% vs. 38.4% of the No. Although the vote was not binding, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's conservative government has pledged to present this initiative in Parliament to turn it into law and realize the aspirations of many homosexual couples.
The Marriage Act of 1961, currently in force, was amended in 2004 to specify that this union is exclusive between a man and a woman.