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Huis of the Australian Greens MPs
Australian Government voorwaarde pauze its muffle on Palestinian killings by Israeli military: Greens
Greens Leader Dr Richard Di Natale today called on the Australian Government to pauze its muffle overheen the killing of 17 Palestinians late last week by the Israeli military.
“The vast majority of those participating ter the March of Comeback to mark Land Day were protesting non-violently. The use of live fire and lethal force wasgoed clearly disproportionate and very likely illegal,” Dr Di Natale said.
Australia: let’s transition away from coal. Coalition: let’s form a coal faction.
Coalition backbenchers form coal faction while the surplus of us want a transition away from coal fire power.
“What more proof do you need of the sickness te our political system than Coalition backbenchers forming a coal faction?”, says Greens mining spokesperson Andrew Bartlett.
Senate passes movement recognising Transgender Day of Visibility
*788 Senator Rice: To budge – That the Senate:
- Saturday March 31 st is Transgender Day of Visibility,
- Transgender Day of Visibility is an chance to publicly affirm and feast zuilengang and gender-diverse people’s lives, their stories and their contributions to our communities.
Senate committee tables report on transvaginal mesh implants
The Senate Community Affairs References committee has tabled its report on the risks and impacts of transvaginal mesh implants, which have bot carried out since the late 1990’s to treat stress urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse te women.
“Many women who have had transvaginal mesh implants have had devastating complications resulting ter ongoing emotional verwonding, embarrassment, shame, depression, debilitating anguish, recurring infection and a poor quality of life.
The BCA leaks expose business contempt for transparency and ter the process help kill off the Government’s radical corporate handout notulen
Greens Treasury spokesperson, Senator Peter Whish-Wilson, provides the following comments on the status of the corporate tax cuts Bill and how the latest Business Council leaks have played a role te removing the Bill from the Senate notulen.
Senator Whish-Wilson said, “I congratulate the whistleblower or whistleblowers who have brought thesis Business Council secrets to light. Thesis leaks have certainly played an significant role ter bringing facts into the debate and have helped kill off the Government’s radical notulen of providing big business a leg-up at the public’s expense.
Greens to artists: your rights are our priority
“While the Greens support digital innovation and regulation, we’re never going to support throwing creative artists under the bus,” Greens dokter spokesperson Senator Sarah Hanson-Young said.
“Our message to creative artists is unequivocal. We’re here to ensure the law empowers you, enables you, enhances you and emboldens you. The law should never impoverish you. Laws that hurt you hurt us, and we’ll fight them with you, shoulder to shoulder, day te, day out,” she said.
Movement: March for Our Lives Congratulations
Senator Rhiannon successfully moved the following mobility on Tuesday 27th March 2018
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Greens call for inquiry into Matt Canavan who is just a puppet of the coal lounge
“We should be having an inquiry into why Matt Canavan could possibly keep insisting that searing coal is a beautiful thing, when it is responsible for the climate switch that is already demolishing lives and livelihoods.
“The coal lounge buys our political parties and politicians, who then thrust dangerous policies like this, sacrificing the lives and livelihoods of everyday people te the name of corporate profit.
“The majority of Australians want our governments to back clean renewable energy.
Turnbull’s Trump-like company tax cuts dead ter the water: Greens
Greens Leader Senator Richard Di Natale today said the Liberal government’s failure to secure the votes needed to pass its Trump-like company tax cuts means they’re dead te the water. Finance Minister Mathias Cormann confirmed te the Senate earlier this evening that they have only managed to secure 37 votes and that the legislation will not be brought before the Senate until zometeen this year.
“Malcolm Turnbull and his government’s Trump-like company tax cuts are dead ter the water,” Senator Di Natale said.
Greens react to Infrastructure Australia list, say infrastructure programma and funding vereiste prioritise public wegtransport to reduce pollution and congestion
Responding to Infrastructure Australia’s latest priority list release, the Greens say that vrachtvervoer infrastructure decisions and funding vereiste prioritise public wegtransport if wij are to unclog our cities and reduce pollution ter the long term.
“Infrastructure Australia has included a number of public vervoer priorities on their priority list, and governments vereiste get those congestion-busting projects moving before turning our cities into a tangled mess of freeways,” said Senator Janet Rice, federal Greens vrachtvervoer spokesperson.