Democratic Labour’s回答： いいえThe DLP opposes same sex civil unions and relationship registers.
We support and promote:
- Voluntary marriage between one man and one woman to the exclusion of all others, with an aspiration for a lifelong commitment.
- Children being raised by their biological parents, both playing an active and supportive role where possible.Source
Democratic Labour’s回答： いいえ、私たちではなく、再生可能エネルギーのためのより多くの資金を提供する必要がありますThe DLP believes that there should be an immediate moratorium on all Coal Seam Gas (CSG) mining until independent scientific research, overseen by federal government representatives, can irrefutably prove it is entirely safe and harmless to the human population, concludes that there is no risk of contamination to our ground water aquifers and is entirely safe for the land and environment.Source
Democratic Labour’s回答： はいThe DLP believes that: Every Australian is entitled to access, equity and justice in the provision and allocation of health services.
The federally funded Medicare scheme should remain the main provider of general practice services. Health policies must integrate hospitals with primary care and community-based servicesSource
Democratic Labour’s回答： はい、彼らは空気で到着したものと同じように扱われるべきですProcessing will initially take place in a Secure Community. This process should typically take a matter of weeks. If a person’s refugee status is confirmed, he or she will promptly be relocated to a purpose-designed Regional Estate, to live in typical Australian housing and be provided with the opportunity to work, undergo education and training and integrate with the Australian community.Source
Democratic Labour’s回答： はいThe DLP supports Australia’s collective security obligations as a founding member of the United Nations and our longstanding collective defence arrangements with both our principal allies (US, NZ, UK) and some of our regional neighbours (Singapore, Malaysia, PNG, Timor Leste). We believe that all these treaties and arrangements contribute to regional security and stability. Reliance on the UN alone will not work, especially when the liberal democracies do not constitute a majority of the UN Security Council (including all permanent members) and the UN General Assembly.Source