Senate Agenda 2019


  • Gender Pay Equity Correction Plan Act with superannuation subsidised regardless of business size (over four years)

  • Upfront funding for full season AFLW for ten years including marketing budget (each team play once)

Women


  • 4-day-work-week (6 month government trial opt in for non-government)

WORK


  • National Tax Reform Competition with $1,000,000 first prize and $10,000 for ten runners up (no obligation on Government or ATO for implementation)

tax


  • Hard copy of the Australian Constitution and Universal Declaration of Human Rights given to all high school students, university students, TAFE students and full time adult education course attendees upon enrollment

  • National Engagement Strategy coordinated by Home Affairs and Local Council including door knocking team with a focus on non-digital physical outreach and a human invitation to become involved in community events and local, state and federal consultation

EngagE


  • Fully subsidised home internet for all concession holders

  • Australian Institute of Company Directors Juvenile Offenders Mentoring Program

  • Newstart set at the minimum wage with no reporting obligations for the first ten weeks

  • Superannuation access financial hardship rules amended to allow concession holders to access superannuation to pay household rent (currently only able to be accessed to pay a mortgage)

Support


  • Membership numbers for all political parties displayed on the Australian Electoral Commission website at all times

  • Sign off on all government appointments from every party leader with membership over 250,000 (indexed annually based on 1% of population in 50,000 increments)

  • Implement Uluru Statement from the Heart recommendations

  • No appointment of majority gender to any government or public board where the minority gender representation is less than 30%

Govern


Preliminary Australian Republic Sentiment Postal Plebiscite (cost $80 Million) including the following questions (four possible answers - agree, disagree, don’t know, don’t care):

  • Australia should become a Republic

  • An Australian President should live in Canberra

  • An Australian President should be appointed by Parliament

  • An Australian President should be elected by the electorate

  • An Australian President should be able to be a dual citizen

  • An Australian President should have a University Education

  • An Australian President should be able to serve more than two terms

  • An Australian President should be part of a political party

  • An Australian President should be independent

  • An Australian President should be able to be either independent or part of a political party

  • An Australian President should focus on issues of Australians

  • An Australian President should focus on Australia’s relationships with other countries

  • An Australian President should set the national policy agenda

  • An Australian President should have more power than Parliament

  • An Australian President should have less power than Parliament

  • An Australian President should have equal power to Parliament

  • An Australian Vice President should be appointed by an Australian President

  • An Australian Vice President should be appointed by Parliament

  • An Australian Vice President should be elected by the electorate

     

     

REPUBLIC