Labor slams union-busting bill 'hypocrisy'
Labor has focused on a double standard with the corporate sector as it fights to defeat laws cracking down on unions and their officials.Opposition Senator Tim Ayres is the latest to seize on a money laundering scandal engulfing the Westpac board, accusing the government of unfairly targeting trade unions and their officials.
Former opposition leader Bill Shorten says the government 'knew its robodebt system was wrong' and were “now going to have spend more money fixing up all the debts”. ' Union busting ' bill will ' save the taxpayer a lot of money '.
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Liberal Senator Eric Abetz says the government’s proposed Ensuring Integrity Bill, if passed, will “get rid of the rip offs, the rorts and the rackets that are costing the taxpayer a lot of money”.
The Coalition is confident its 'union busting' bill - set to make it easier to de-register law-breaking unions and officials - will pass through upper house with the support of the Centre Alliance and One Nation.
Senator Abetz said the bill would “put downward pressure on housing and on civil construction works”.
“Everyone will be a winner and law and order will be restored,” he said.
Senator Abetz said the government hoped to deliver the bill by the end of the day on Thursday.
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The Ensuring Integrity union laws would make it easier to deregister law-breaking unions and disqualify officials throughout Australia.The One Nation leader's move last week has left her relationship with the federal government on the rocks.