We demand absolute freedoms: Bernardi

December 14, 2018

Conservative Party leader Cory Bernardi says the proposed religious protection laws announced by the Coalition this week aren't adequate and are just a patch-up job in the fallout from last year's same-sex marriage laws.

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Senator Bernardi says the 'best way' to protect and defend freedoms is with an absolute freedoms bill, which he intends to introduce to parliament in February next year.

Religious discrimination will be made illegal under a new stand-alone law the Morrison government plans to take to the federal election.

The Coalition has accepted 15 out of 20 recommendations from Ruddock review, leaving five for further analysis.

The proposed laws are similar to those prohibiting racial and sexual discrimination.

But Senator Bernardi has told Tom Connell on Sky News we are entering the realm of the absurd and the only way to bring common sense back into Australian society is through the Conservative Party's Protected Feedoms Act.

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