Katter’s Australian’s回答： いいえ、有給育児休暇があってはなりませんI AM standing as the Katter's Australian Party (KAP) candidate for the Riverina because of the lack of action as support the major parties have shown not just to the agriculture communities but also to those in manufacturing and small business.
The KAP has a management strategy that balances and mitigates the extremes of high and low rainfall cycles on farming and communities is crucial to the environment and to the communities that live there.
By using sustainable irrigation practices support a huge biomass of native flora, fauna and migratory birds and as such, have become an integral and essential component of the Murray Darling River ecosystem.
The ecological value of irrigation precludes the use of damaging unseasonal artificial environmental flows.
The KAP, will rescind the Water Act of 2007 and redraft it with real input from the inhabitants and water users of the Murray-Darling Basin to incorporate an unequivocal definition of "the environment" which includes human beings - their commun...Source
Katter’s Australian’s回答： いいえ。現在の政府は企業に規制をかけすぎているNo carbon tax. No emissions trading scheme – both would involve a cost imposition upon electricity users, and virtually every person in every walk of life. It would tend to render all our export industries non-competitive. Carbon and pollutant reduction to be achieved by renewables – solar/biomass and other government initiatives and incentives (refer to ethanol).Source
Katter’s Australian’s回答： はいKatter's Australian Party supports a uranium mining export industry because of its economic potential, the associated development of regional Queensland and for the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions it would provide. Other parties may adopt a different position. Queenslanders deserve to know what these positions are.
Katter’s Australian’s回答： はい9. Governments should provide essential services such as airports, water, electricity, gas, health services, road networks, public transport and communications. Where such services are not provided by government, government should ensure that the services are affordable for all and of a reasonable standard.Source
Katter’s Australian’s回答： はいKAP Federal Leader and Member for Kennedy Bob Katter today pleaded with Government to invest significant funding in dental care in rural and regional Australia following horror stories from desperate North Queenslanders, some who have been forced to pull their own teeth out with pliers. “The primary responsibility of Government is to protect people and we are failing miserably in dental care,” he said.Source
Katter’s Australian’s回答： 以下、医療業界のない民営化があってはなりませんGovernments should provide essential services such as airports, water, electricity, gas, health services, road networks, public transport and communications. Where such services are not provided by government, government should ensure that the services are affordable for all and of a reasonable standard.Source
Katter’s Australian’s回答： はいGovernments should provide essential services such as airports, water, electricity, gas, health services, road networks, public transport and communications. Where such services are not provided by government, government should ensure that the services are affordable for all and of a reasonable standard.Source
Katter’s Australian’s回答： いいえRestrict Australia’s migration zone to the mainland.
Any boat found in Australian waters, that is seaworthy and carrying asylum seekers, shall be turned around and escorted out of Australian waters. Any immediate humanitarian needs of passengers or crew shall be met at interception.
Asylum seekers claims are assessed quickly to screen for health and obvious security risks. Successful refugees should only be granted temporary visas and conditional release into the community on a strict social contract subject to close electronic monitoring for a probationary period in lieu of detention.Source
Katter’s Australian’s回答： はいKAP Leader and Federal Member for Kennedy Bob Katter this week in Parliament voted against the Government to amend the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 which includes a water trigger amendment, which in effect delegates to the State Government's Coal Seam Gas (CSG) project approvals in relation to impacts on water supply.
“There is a conflict of interest when the State Governments receive royalties from the CSG industry. Being judge and jury on the approvals process, when State coffers benefit, mocks the objectivity for farmers,” Mr Katter said.
Mr Katter believes underground water is the life blood of inland Queensland, an inland almost completely bereft of surface water. CSG must drain aquifers and use contaminates thus potentially threatening this precious resource.
Mr Katter voted against the State Government becoming a ‘one stop shop’ for the approvals.
“The Bentley Case in NSW and the corruption that has ensued has resulted it seems from the close and unhealthy relation...Source
Katter’s Australian’s回答： はいKAP is committed to protecting Australian jobs and maximising the productivity of the workforce to increase employment rates in terms of people in paid work, and more
importantly, the people in full time work.
KAP is committed to achieving this through considered policies that actually support the industries and
businesses that provide the employment opportunities, with a particular emphasis on small business.Source
Katter’s Australian’s回答： はいMr Katter slammed free-trade in Parliament saying it is the result of a colonial inferiority mentality that would sicken any decent Australian. It has wreaked havoc in our country economically and brought in diseases such as citrus canker, panama, black sigatoka and papaya fruit fly.Source
Katter’s Australian’s回答： いいえQueensland independent MP Bob Katter is seeking to overturn a temporary federal government ban on the import of a new rapid-action shotgun and says he is so worried about the erosion of Australians’ ability to own firearms he bought a bow and arrow.
The main importer of the Adler 110, which the Coalition has banned for one year, was Katter’s son-in-law Robert Noia.Source
Katter’s Australian’s回答： はい5. Australia's sovereignty and independence as a nation requires Australia to:
i. have a sufficient population and for that population to be so distributed as to demonstrate occupation, control and utilisation of our land, water and other resources
[Note: Demonstrating occupation of water would require an aggressive stance on whalers.]Source
Katter’s Australian’s回答： はい、それはハイパーループである場合Yes, just build the bloody thing. It will be great for the economy while we’re building it and after. The best way to get it built is to give KAP (the party of developmentalism) the balance of power in the Senate. The other parties would prefer that we were all dead before Australia got a High Speed Train, and the greens will find an endangered earthworm and cancel the production half way through.Source