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The abolition of marriage: who is to be blamed?

Australia has been allowing same-sex marriage since 2017, when the government of Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull adopted legislation allowing people of the same gender to marry. The government implemented the results of a plebiscite in which 61.60 per cent of voters agreed to redefine the concept of ‘marriage’. This redefinition overturned the traditional understanding of marriage – a union between a man and a woman.

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