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The bigger battle will surround the "exemptions" put in place to allow religious organisations to continue to administer marriage in a way they see fit - to the exclusion of same-sex couples. By signing up you accept our privacy policy and conditions of use.

Just two parliamentary sitting weeks remain for the year, from Monday November 27 to Thursday December 7.

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But there is fierce disagreement over how far to extend those exemptions. Broadly speaking, social conservatives want to allow anyone who disagrees with same-sex marriage to refuse to participate in one, by legally refusing wedding services to gay couples.

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But the fact the "yes" vote exceeded 60 per cent - surpassing the expectations of many "yes" supporters in the government - weakens the ability of conservatives to agitate for exemptions. Broadly speaking, social conservatives want to allow anyone who disagrees with same-sex marriage to refuse to participate in one, by legally refusing wedding services to gay couples.

However, because of the way this has been undertaken by the government, it is likely those amendments will not succeed.

There is also a strongly held view among moderate Liberals that, having lost the vote, opponents of same-sex marriage have no right to dictate what the law should look like. Just two parliamentary sitting weeks remain for the year, from Monday November 27 to Thursday December 7.

Lawyers, churches, think tanks and interest groups will clamour for attention in coming weeks as they try to tell politicians what to do. By signing up you accept our privacy policy and conditions of use. Broadly speaking, social conservatives want to allow anyone who disagrees with same-sex marriage to refuse to participate in one, by legally refusing wedding services to gay couples.

Most know that having given the public a say, that verdict must now be reflected in law.

Just two parliamentary sitting weeks remain for the year, from Monday November 27 to Thursday December 7. But there is fierce disagreement over how far to extend those exemptions.

But the fact the "yes" vote exceeded 60 per cent - surpassing the expectations of many "yes" supporters in the government - weakens the ability of conservatives to agitate for exemptions. Liberal senator Dean Smith, a gay man who fought publicly and within the Coalition for same-sex marriage, released a bill earlier this year that would legalise same-sex marriage and provides protections for religious freedom.

The bigger battle will surround the "exemptions" put in place to allow religious organisations to continue to administer marriage in a way they see fit - to the exclusion of same-sex couples. It is that bill that has been chosen by government ministers as their preferred starting point.

Most know that having given the public a say, that verdict must now be reflected in law. There is also a strongly held view among moderate Liberals that, having lost the vote, opponents of same-sex marriage have no right to dictate what the law should look like.

Broadly speaking, social conservatives want to allow anyone who disagrees with same-sex marriage to refuse to participate in one, by legally refusing wedding services to gay couples.

Most know that having given the public a say, that verdict must now be reflected in law. By signing up you accept our privacy policy and conditions of use. The voluntary postal survey - always a plan B to the compulsory plebiscite - is not a binding mechanism with the effect of altering the Marriage Act.

In that time, MPs will have to agree on how to legalise same-sex marriage. There is also a strongly held view among moderate Liberals that, having lost the vote, opponents of same-sex marriage have no right to dictate what the law should look like.

However, because of the way this has been undertaken by the government, it is likely those amendments will not succeed. The fundamental change is simple enough: There is also a strongly held view among moderate Liberals that, having lost the vote, opponents of same-sex marriage have no right to dictate what the law should look like.

Most know that having given the public a say, that verdict must now be reflected in law. Just two parliamentary sitting weeks remain for the year, from Monday November 27 to Thursday December 7. Lawyers, churches, think tanks and interest groups will clamour for attention in coming weeks as they try to tell politicians what to do.

In that time, MPs will have to agree on how to legalise same-sex marriage. Broadly speaking, social conservatives want to allow anyone who disagrees with same-sex marriage to refuse to participate in one, by legally refusing wedding services to gay couples.

The margin of the vote gives some ammunition to conservatives to argue on behalf of the nearly 40 per cent of Australians who voted "no", as figures such as Tony Abbott and Eric Abetz clamoured to do immediately on Wednesday. Having deferred the substantive decision to the Australian public, politicians will now need to act on that verdict by facilitating, amending and passing a bill - and that could prove messy.

Having deferred the substantive decision to the Australian public, politicians will now need to act on that verdict by facilitating, amending and passing a bill - and that could prove messy. Broadly speaking, social conservatives want to allow anyone who disagrees with same-sex marriage to refuse to participate in one, by legally refusing wedding services to gay couples.

By signing up you accept our privacy policy and conditions of use. In that time, MPs will have to agree on how to legalise same-sex marriage. But the fact the "yes" vote exceeded 60 per cent - surpassing the expectations of many "yes" supporters in the government - weakens the ability of conservatives to agitate for exemptions.

The bigger battle will surround the "exemptions" put in place to allow religious organisations to continue to administer marriage in a way they see fit - to the exclusion of same-sex couples. The voluntary postal survey - always a plan B to the compulsory plebiscite - is not a binding mechanism with the effect of altering the Marriage Act.

Most know that having given the public a say, that verdict must now be reflected in law. However, because of the way this has been undertaken by the government, it is likely those amendments will not succeed. Broadly speaking, social conservatives want to allow anyone who disagrees with same-sex marriage to refuse to participate in one, by legally refusing wedding services to gay couples.

But there is fierce disagreement over how far to extend those exemptions. Having deferred the substantive decision to the Australian public, politicians will now need to act on that verdict by facilitating, amending and passing a bill - and that could prove messy. Lawyers, churches, think tanks and interest groups will clamour for attention in coming weeks as they try to tell politicians what to do.



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