Labor’s回答： はい。でも、患者が病気から生還できる可能性がない場合に限るLabor MP Lara Giddings presented a motion calling for a legal framework around voluntary assisted dying. Ms Giddings said it was wrong that people with terminal illnesses and severe degenerative conditions were forced to endure prolonged suffering or resort to taking their own lives.Source
Labor’s回答： いいえ、すべての母親が、同じ量を支払わなければなりませんPregnancy discrimination should be eliminated – helping parents to take time off to care for their new baby is in the community interest. Paid parental leave helps new parents stay connected with the workplace when they take time off to care for a baby, and it helps employers retain skilled staff. Childcare and parental leave remove barriers to work for parents and improve productivity and participation for the economy.Source
Labor’s回答： いいえResources spokesman Gary Gray and Right faction senators Mark Bishop and Alex Gallacher called for the party’s approach to nuclear power and uranium exports to be discussed in a move that could provoke a damaging split with the party’s Left faction. Mr Gray said there was “absolutely no solution to global base load power generation that does not feature a strong role for nuclear power" and while Australia did not need to build a nuclear power station at present as power use had fallen in recent years, “in my view it is completely reasonable that nuclear options should be able to be considered".
“I believe it is reasonable that the debate and the discussion take place because I think Australians are up for it, the environment is crying out for this debate and base load power generation for future generations, globally, requires a strong role for nuclear power."
Read more: http://www.afr.com/business/energy/nuclear-energy/labor-mps-urge-rethink-on-nuclear-power-Source
Labor’s回答： はい。そして、代替エネルギーの生産をもっと優遇すべき。The cheapest, most effective way to address climate change is to put a legal cap on pollution, underpinned by a market mechanism that lets business work out the best way to operate within that cap. There also needs to be strong support for renewable energy development and generation.Source
Labor’s回答： はい。ただし、生産者に種の特許取得を許可すべきではないInnovations of agricultural biotechnologies, such as GM crops, are important in making Australian farming more productive, competitive, environmentally sustainable and improving financial returns at the farm gate. It is essential Australia maintains an independent, scientific and evidence-based regulatory system for GM crops to ensure the safety and the access by farmers of such innovations.Source
Labor’s回答： はい、しかし、輸出は国に行く場合のみ、核不拡散条約を締結していますIn relation to exports other than to India, Labor will allow the export of uranium only to those countries that observe the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT), are committed to nonproliferation policies, and have ratified international and bilateral nuclear safeguards agreements.
Labor’s回答： はい、私たちのメンタルヘルスケアシステムは、ケアやサービスの高品質を提供するために、より多くの資金を必要としますLabor is committed to continuing the key role of government in leading and promoting reform of Australia’s mental health service system. Labor will work in partnership with the states and territories to ensure more seamless services that respond flexibly to people’s needs and follow of a recovery oriented approach.Source
Labor’s回答： 減らすLabor will not allow trade agreements to limit the capacity of the Australian Government to determine immigration policies that promote education and training, permanent rather than temporary migration, local employment and fair employment standards. Labor will ensure future trade agreements do not prevent Australia from effectively regulating temporary migration, including by requiring genuine labour market testing for temporary work visas as well as Australian market wages and employment rights for immigrant workers where genuine skills shortages are deemed to exist. Labor will ensure trade agreements promote recruitment of local labour and protect the wages and conditions of local workers.Source
Labor’s回答： はい、そして企業は１つ１つの職務の給与範囲を公開するよう義務づけられるべきと思います。Labor will regulate and educate employers to promote equal opportunity, gender pay equity and work and family balance. Labor will improve gender pay equity including through effective data collection from business by government. Labor will enact an equal pay for equal or comparable work strategy underpinned by legal obligations. Labor will act to bridge the gap in women’s retirement incomes.Source
Labor’s回答： はいBroadly, Labor considers a fair tax system would encourage all Australians to work, equitably distribute wealth and allow governments to provide public services. However, Labor also supports the allocative efficiency of markets, “except where interventions would address market failures and serve environmental or social purposes”.
The National Platform states that Labor tax reform would ensure “everyone pays their fair share of tax” and specifically mentions that executives and the wealthy should pay a “fairer” share of tax. The stated goal of these reforms is to ensure that all levels of government have a sound revenue base for investing in social and economic infrastructure and quality public services.
The Rudd Labor government announced its response to the Henry Review in May 2010. The centrepiece of this announcement was the Resources Super Profits Tax (RSPT), a 40% tax on mining profits, in addition to the normal level of company tax. All non‐renewable resources were included, although companies co...Source
Labor’s回答： はい、国の高速光ファイバネットワークは、オーストラリア経済の将来にとって極めて重要ですThe National Broadband Network is the biggest, most important infrastructure project in Australia’s history. It is vital to the way we will provide health services, deliver a world class education, do business, deliver smart infrastructure and build a strong and growing economy.Source
Labor’s回答： はいDuring the global financial crisis, Labor’s economic stimulus and investment in the future combined in a period of nation building, creating new opportunities in modern communications and transport for people and goods, lifting long-term productivity and competitiveness and creating economic prosperity.Source
Labor’s回答： はい、しかし低所得の年金受給者に限りますAll senior Australians deserve to share in Australia’s rising community living standards and to live with dignity and financial security in retirement. Labor will lift retirement incomes fairly and take pressure off the aged pension. Labor will provide a strong and sustainable pension system. Labor will maintain and strengthen pension indexation to reflect the rising cost of living and broader community living standards.Source
Labor’s回答： はい"Australia seeks a good international society. Our national interest is in a peaceful, stable and prosperous world. There are many challenges to this global vision – including the threat of conflict between states, the rise of non-state actors, growing economic inequality and climate change. Australia should work with like-minded countries, and through regional and global institutions, to respond to complex problems beyond the capacity of any one country to solve. Australia is a founding member of the United Nations, a member of the G20 and an enduring ally of the United States."Source
Labor’s回答： はいAs part of their party’s National Platform and Constitution 2009, the Australian Labor Governmentpledged their commitment to “end the slaughter of whales for all time” (www.alp.org). In pursuit ofthis, the Rudd Government has initiated proceedings against Japan in the International Court ofJustice (ICJ) over a breach of international obligations regarding their scientific whaling program inthe Southern OceanSource
Labor’s回答： はい"Up to 2,500 US Marines will be stationed in Australia by 2017 under a new agreement announced by Prime Minister Julia Gillard and US president Barack Obama.
Ms Gillard confirmed the deployment during a joint press conference with Mr Obama only hours after he touched down in Canberra on his whirlwind visit.
She says 200 to 250 Marines will be stationed in Darwin for training from next year, with numbers building up to 2,500 over the next five years.
"It is a new agreement to expand the existing collaboration between the Australian Defence Force and the US Marine Corps and the US Air Force," she said"Source
Labor’s回答： 増やすLabor will grow the Australian aid program and increase Official Development Assistance to
internationally accepted levels. Australia should do its fair share internationally, and work with the international community to achieve the longstanding funding targets reiterated by the SDGs. Labor will, over time, achieve a funding target for the aid program of at least 0.5 per cent of Gross National Income.Source