Conservatives’回答： いいえWe recognise the importance of the natural family as the best possible institution for the nurturing and development of future generations and its role as the foundation of society.
What is best for our families is best for society and Australian Conservatives support stronger families by acknowledging the complementary but different roles that Mothers and Fathers play in raising their children.Source
Conservatives’回答： いいえSenator Cory Bernardi will introduce a bill into parliament on Tuesday, calling for Muslim veils that cover the wearer’s face to be banned from all Commonwealth-owned land and buildings, which could see them outlawed across most of the ACT and Northern Territory.
The leader of the Australian Conservatives branded the burqa and niqab as “massive security risks” and described it as “common sense” to ban them from public buildings such as airports and Centrelink offices where users are required to show their faces.Source
Conservatives’回答： はいA mandatory basic English language requirement for all new permanent resident immigrants will be considered by the Turnbull government amid concerns that by 2021, more than one million people in Australia could have little or no English skills.
Conservative Party leader Cory Bernardi has welcomed the idea but he's also repeated his call to halve Australia’s immigration intake to protect our economic, social and cultural interests.Source
Conservatives’回答： いいえWe will withdraw from the UN Refugee Convention to allow Australia to determine its refugee intake free from external constraints.
Australian Conservatives support our world-leading offshore processing and illegal boat arrival turn-back policies. However, all determinations of visa applications will take place within Australia.Source
Conservatives’回答： 減らすImmigration must provide a positive benefit to Australia’s economic, social and cultural interests. Current immigration levels are too high, putting pressure on services, infrastructure and family incomes. We will immediately halve our current net immigration intake which will result in our population and big cities growing at a more reasonable and manageable rate.Source
Conservatives’回答： もっとOver a third of our national budget ($153bn) is spent on welfare and social security. How did we become a country where so many are reliant on the efforts of others to sustain their lives? The answer to that lays at the feet of our political class. They have sought to solve immediate problems without heed to the more substantive and longer term problems their quick fix creates.Source
Conservatives’回答： いいえThis week marks the 9th anniversary of Rudd Labor government’s infamous $42 billion stimulus package. The implementation of this package was a dark day in Australia’s history where the economic surplus that the Howard Government had prudently built up over 11 years was scandalously frittered away. For the first time in nearly a decade, Australia’s budget plunged into the red.Source
Conservatives’回答： いいえThe slippery slope is very real, because overseas it was for terminally ill patients then ... it was for people who say I’ve got a headache give me some marijuana, and we’ve got enough problems with zombified people in this country. We’ve already got huge mental health issues as a result of drug misuse and use, this just encourages it.”Source
Conservatives’回答： はいWe are proud of who we are and commit to restoring pride in our country, flag, institutions and the Australian way of life. We will oppose moves to change ‘Australia Day’, war remembrance observances, our flag, Constitution and other civic celebrations.Source