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Ralph Shorten says Labor will not accept the Senate findings on women and women’s issues as an excuse to shut down a women’s rights panel.
Senator Shorten’s office say he has asked the Department of Business, Innovation and Employment to determine where he can find the evidence to back up the claim.
“I will use whatever evidence I have, and I do have it,” the Liberal leader said today.
The investigation found a number of government contracts should not have had to be renewed due to concerns about the safety of young female workers on the job.
The Federal Government is refusing to comment on the findings but the Senate findings have provoked an uproar in the workplace and sparked questions about the conduct of the government at work.
“The Labor government is the prime minister’s party of last resort, and that means no accountability,” Senator Shorten said.
“Labor made good progress on human rights over the last two years, but on wo여주출장샵men’s rights this has been a complete fai에스엠 카지노lure and I would ask the Federal Government today to take a fresh look at its policies in order to ensure this country works for all Australians.”
Senator Shorten told reporters he would meet the Department of Business, Innovation and Employment and will make the evidence available.
“I will not accept these findings as any reason for any Australian to shut down our workplace,” Senator Shorten said.
“Labor will, in the coming days, ask the Senate to set up a tribunal to establish what exactly happened on the night the men’s safety committee was investigating the work of the Department of Human Services.
“We will continue to demand justice.”
Opposition Leader Tony Abbott said he would have never출장 heard of any similar allegations when he took office, after the ABC revealed Labor hired a senior officer in the department to investigate the allegations.
“You’d probably have to be sitting in a toilet cubicle looking at a newspaper to have heard about this one,” he said.
“It’s just extraordinary. It shows it’s completely inappropriate for any political office holder and minister to use their position to seek to deny women and women’s equality.
“The Labor Party will now go straight to the people and ask them to reinstate it when all the evidence comes out.”
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