Foi fees questioned
Mr Abbott said today it appeared the government had made a mistake in trying to legislate for $3.2 billion of fees which it had not paid out.
« It’s a mistake. It doesn’t reflect the spirit of a fair system. It’s just not right, and clearly we’re not getting what we want. I have made my commitment and I have to honour that commitment, but at some point you have to balance that against the need for fair payment system and fair revenue and fair tax, » he said.
« They have made a mistake and we should all learn from it김천출장마사지, because of the way they have done it, we’ve really got an issue around the fair and the transparent financial system we need. »
When it came to his promise that the federal government would pay the costs of the Coalition’s carbon tax, Mr Abbott said he had no choice but to honour it as he had no other choice.
« The carbon tax is paid at the end of every session by people who were eligible to pay it. I made it my commitment, » he said.
« It was not a taxpayer subsidy, it was an extra expense paid when we all had an opportunity to vot마사지 후기e against it because 솔레어 카지노of the need to pay for the electricity sector and the climate changes and all the reasons we did it.
« That is why I cannot put it off any longer, because I have got a responsibility to pay for the carbon tax. »
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