Liberal’s回答： はいThe Coalition’s scheme will provide mothers with 26 weeks of paid parental leave, at their actual wage or the national minimum wage (whichever is greater), plus superannuation. In contrast, Labor’s parental leave scheme is paid at 18 weeks minimum wage.Source
Liberal’s回答： はいOur No Jab, No Pay policy means parents must immunise their children (unless there is a valid medical exemption) in order to receive their full child care and family payments. This policy is designed to protect children and the community from preventable diseases. It has been a success, with around 210,000 extra children vaccinated in its first year.Source
Liberal’s回答： はいThe Commonwealth Government is putting in place better scrutiny and reporting of foreign purchases of agricultural land — delivering on our commitment to the Australian people at the last election. The Government will continue to welcome foreign investment, but the community must have confidence that this investment is coming in on our terms and for our nation’s benefit.
To improve the scrutiny of foreign purchases of agricultural land the Government will reduce the screening threshold from $252 million to $15 million from 1 March 2015. The new $15 million screening threshold will apply to the cumulative value of agricultural land owned by the foreign investor, including the purposed purchase.Source
Liberal’s回答： はい、しかし、環境規制や監督を高めます[Liberal Agricultural Minister] Mr Joyce's spokesman said he would not comment on discussions in a private meeting but his public stance on CSG had not changed: CSG wells are only acceptable if they are kept off prime agricultural land, do not harm water courses and provide a financial return for the farmer and the community. Industry Minister Ian Macfarlane said in September he wanted to see ''every molecule'' of gas extracted. He has established a task force to find a way to cut through red tape and protests to get CSG production happening in the state.Source
Liberal’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The Coalition will continue to support the expansion of headspace to 100 centres nation-wide. This was an important initiative established by the previous Coalition government when Tony Abbott was the Minister for Health.
Increasingly, young people are in the first instance seeking advice and help online. Finding the right help is not easy, so the Coalition will provide the Young and Well Cooperative Research Centre with $5 million to establish a comprehensive new e-mental health platform that will make it easier for young people to get the help they need and to manage their treatmentSource
Liberal’s回答： はい、医薬品やヘルスケアを国営化すべきですThe Government has put nearly 1,000 new and amended drug listings onto the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme, ensuring these life-saving medicines are available to all Australians, including:
Keytruda, which is used to treat Melanoma;
Mekinist, which is used to treat positive Metastatic Melanoma; and
Perjeta, Herceptin and Kadcyla, which are used to treat Breast Cancer.
The Government has also invested $1 billion to subsidise breakthrough treatments for all sufferers of Hepatitis C. These treatments would cost $100,000 per patient if not subsidised through the PBS.Source
Liberal’s回答： はいTen years ago we were spending $8 billion a year on Medicare. Today we're spending $20 billion. So we are asking everyone to make a modest contribution to ensure that Medicare is sustainable for the long term. From 1 July 2015, previously bulk billed patients will contribute $7 towards the cost of standard GP consultations. A strong safety net will be put in place - concession card holders and children under 16 will only pay the contribution for the first 10 visits each year. The Government won't waste this money. Every dollar of savings in health expenditure in the Budget will be re-invested back into the Medical Research Future Fund.Source
Liberal’s回答： いいえ“The point about the decision of the Fair Work Commission, which was very carefully considered, is that it will generate more jobs, more employment, and so that will be a very significant benefit to the economy, so that was their decision,” Mr Turnbull said, touring the Queensland electorate of Maranoa.Source
Liberal’s回答： いいえ、代わりに無線ソリューションに注力A way to reduce the expense of labor’s fTTP nBn is to extend fibre to cabinets within a few hundred metres of user premises or into the basements of apartment blocks. ‘Fibre to the node,’ or fTTn, increases bandwidth at manageable expense by making use of the existing copper infrastructure over the last few hundred metres before reaching the customer’s premises.Source
Liberal’s回答： あるとしていいえ、税を残しますWe have also honoured our pledge to abolish the Minerals Resource Rent Tax. The Mining Tax raised just 2% of its forecast revenue. But the fiscal mess came about because the previous government committed to new spending as if the tax raised 100% of its forecast revenue. It was a disaster on many fronts but most significantly it discouraged investment and raised sovereign risk around a sector that already has long term, inbuilt, price and construction risks.Source
Liberal’s回答： いいえThe Turnbull Government continues to pursue an ambitious trade agenda to create jobs and drive economic growth. Removing trade barriers lays the groundwork for our transitioning economy.
Australians will see key benefits from greater access to overseas markets and more affordable prices for household items.Source
Liberal’s回答： はい、私たちはISISがイラクの主要都市を支配することを認めることはできません"There is a very real prospect of the defeat of Daesh (IS) in the battlefield, ending their so-called caliphate," Mr Turnbull told reporters gathered outside the White House.
He said real progress was being made towards recapturing or liberating the Iraqi city of Mosul, which fell to the IS group in 2014.Source
Liberal’s回答： いいえ"The Coalition has never supported mandatory internet filtering. Indeed, we have a long record of opposing it," the statement said. "The policy which was issued today was poorly worded and incorrectly indicated that the Coalition supported an 'opt-out' system of internet filtering for both mobile and fixed-line services. That is not our policy and never has been. "The correct position is that the Coalition will encourage mobile phone and internet service providers to make available software which parents can choose to install on their own devices to protect their children from inappropriate material."Source