Tas stands alone in stolen generations compo scheme: it’s in a long-standing tradition of paying cash for goods to people not actually involved in the theft.
But Tas also needs support from MPs as the Greens have been adamant about its anti-graft case — specifically from Labour MP and former shadow minister Caroline Flint, who has also been critical of Tas’s stance on the issue.
She said she would support the policy if Tas is “truly committed to the right kind of reforms”.
But Labour MP Caroline Flint told Radio 울산출장마사지3AW she would oppose it as it didn’t give a lot to those who should benefit, like the elderly who are victims of the racket.
She said there would not be much “benefits” to be had if Tas’s payments went straight through to the people being paid.
It’s a similar story with other big-ticket items like housing, the media and hea33 카지노lth.
The Greens say they would like to take similar reforms forward to the big issues like the mining tax, but are yet to receive a respons에스엠 카지노e from the Minister for Housing or Treasurer Scott Morrison.
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