A revolt in the Labour party is organized in Australia to pass gay marriage.
A bill, launched by the Greens, got the support of the Labour MPs during a meeting Tuesday.
Last November, the Green Party had invited the Labour deputies to support with them this law and they won a motion to ask constituents about this issue.
However, Pime Minsiter Julia Gillard, who is the leader of the Labour don't agree with the rest of her party and said “the caucus meeting on Tuesday considered an amending proposition about the ability of territories to make their own legislation. The Labor Party supported similar legislation in 2006, so there was a discussion at caucus and we have supported similar legislation in the past. Subsequent to the caucus meeting, a number of caucus members raised a concern with me about the breadth of that legislation.”
So nothing about gay marriage. The Labour party will meet during the year to decide its final position on gay marriage. The Prime Minister always believe that the marriage is between a man and a woman.