By Matthew Knott and Lisa Visentin, Sydney Morning Herald

Faith leaders have urged the new Labor government to move quickly to introduce legislation outlawing religious discrimination rather than let the issue languish until the last minute as it did under Scott Morrison.

In an interview with The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age, Attorney-General Mark Dreyfus said the government had promised to pass religious protections before the next election, but would not commit to a more specific timeline.

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