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Election Survey - Victoria 2014 - Q1


Q1 - Prayers in Parliament

Prayers in parliament are an important daily reminder that we must all ultimately answer to the higher authority of Almighty God. The prayers, which consist of the Lord's Prayer and a request for God's guidance, are an expression of the Christian foundation of our nation. According to the latest census, about 61% of Australians identify with Christianity.

Would you vote to support the continued opening of parliament with Christian prayers


Party Reply Score
 Australian Christian Party

Yes definitely.                                                                                                    
10
Australian Cyclists Party

No comment.

1
Australian Sex Party

Definitely not.

2
Democratic Labour Party

Yes definitely.

10 
Family First

Yes definitely.

10 
Greens Party

Definitely not.

2

Labor Party

Victorian Labor has no plans for any change to existing practices.

10
Liberal-National Party

The tradition of prayers in parliament at the beginning of each session or sitting day dates back many centuries and is found in the Parliaments of each Australian state and the Commonwealth. The Coalition supports the continuation of this tradition, while also acknowledging the increasingly diverse multicultural and multi-faith community in which we live.

10
Rise Up Australia

Yes definitely.

10

Authorised by: David Phillips, FamilyVoice Australia, 4th Floor, 68 Grenfell St, Adelaide SA 5000



 


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