I said it before the election. I said it during the election, and I’m still saying it now. The australian public wish they could take back there vote and give it to those that had policies, had vision, and worked hard to achieving their goals.
This is a copy of a speech made to the Federal Senate by NSW Senator Doug Cameron. Emphasis added.
BILLS: Climate Change Authority (Abolition) Bill 2013
Wednesday, 11 December 2013, 11:41
Senator CAMERON (New South Wales)
I indicate my opposition to the government policy in relation to the Climate Change Authority (Abolition) Bill 2013. What you have to understand, when you look at this little part of the coalition’s anti-climate-change policy, is that this is about government secrecy. This is about ensuring that there is no independent authority having a look at the shambles of a policy called direct action—the policy that would require twice the area of Victoria to be planted out with trees to gain some of the climate CO2 reduction that they claim they will achieve. It is about ensuring that that short-term policy, which has been roundly criticised from within the coalition as…
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