Michael Sukkar for the Liberal Party spoke in support of man-woman marriage and said that he would not vote for same-sex marriage should they be elected. He also was a strong supporter of the continuation of the chaplaincy program.
From The Guardian
Sukkar said that a “broad ranging anti-detriment provision” would “absolutely be required from my perspective”.
He said such a provision “basically says, not just for clergy … if you’re somebody in the course of your life who expresses a view of traditional marriage, you shouldn’t suffer a detriment for that.”
Sukkar suggested people in corporations might lose their job and livelihood because of their beliefs in traditional marriage, despite the fact discrimination law prohibits people being sacked for political or religious opinion.