Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison is forced to answer the question of whether homosexuals go to hell or not. A Reporter asked the prime minister on Monday (May 13) if he thought gays were going to hell; instead of answering the question, he avoided it by saying, "I support the law of this country and I never combine my religion with politics."
Opposition leader Shorten, an advocate of same-sex marriage, found Morrison's answer unacceptable. According to Shorten, the prime minister should have made it immediately clear that he thinks gays go to hell or not. In addition, Shorten took the opportunity to reconfirm his own position on the issue. "I don't think gays will go to hell because they're gay. I don't need a law to tell me, I just know. "
Morrison today announced in a new statement that he does not believe that gays will end up in hell because of their homosexuality. The elections will take place next Saturday. Australians will therefore seek out polls on Saturday to choose a new government. Elections are rapid and run for only 38 days and are held every three years before the House of Representatives, the House of Representatives. However, the law requires Australians to vote and authorities to pay those who do not.