Lately, every time we talk about Australia it is always bad news, and today, it's not so bad.
Back in Australia. Tuesday, I spoke of a motion that MP Terri Butler wanted to introduce on Wednesday, know that the government has not appreciated this attempt, considering it a "pathetic political stunt" and immediately rejected by a 83-57 vote.
The weeks are alike in Australia because two weeks ago I told you about a bill introduced by the Labor party to legalize equal marriage, which had been totally rejected by the members of the government because judged as an attempt to win over voting for the elections.
Well, this week, know that a new draft to be introduced by Liberal Democrats Senator David Leyonhjelm.
The atmosphere is not cool in Australia within the LGBT community because we just learned that the government, including Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, refused to clearly set a date for the plebiscite and for the vote on equal marriage, which suggests that it does not wish to rule and could favor a delay.
In Australia, the Labor party will try to pass a bill on marriage equality in parliament this week.
Pending the equal marriage in Australia, the members of the Parliament in Queensland, an Australian state, voted in favor of civil unions.
Back in Australia where the new prime minister Malcolm Turnbull finally decided to hold the plebiscite on marriage equality and where the Australian Marriage Equality group (AME) announces that it only needs eight votes of deputies to approve the equal marriage bill.
Tony Abbott, who was previously Prime Minister of Australia, has just lost his job!
There is anger in Australia where, surprising as it may be, the former Prime Minister Julia Gillard has officially supported marriage equality.
Despite his opposition to equal marriage, Prime Minister Tony Abbott plans to hold a plebiscite on the equal marriage issue.