Government receives report recommending same-sex marriage amendment

A report recommending an amendment to allow for same-sex marriage has been given to the government by the Convention on the Constitution.

2nd July, 2013

A report recommending an amendment to allow for same-sex marriage has been given to the government by the Convention on the Constitution.

The move brings a decision on whether a referendum on the issue is to be held one step closer and the government must respond to the report within four months.

The convention's meeting on same-sex marriage in April attracted more than one thousand submissions from citizens, advocacy groups and representative organisations on both...

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