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BFCSA: Abbott government planning 'repeal day' to cut 8000 laws

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Does this include any laws that could adversely impact Australian consumer protection?

The debates will occur around the same time as the Senate Inquiry into ASIC. I hope the good Senators who have seen the submissions and evidence will be available to participate in protecting consumer rights and applying wisdom to the planned repeals.

If the loss of the normal requirement to retain wet ink originals of legal documents like Bank Loan Application Forms is any indication of what we're in for and the quality of parliamentary advice, we had better check every one of those 8000 laws destined for the dust bin!

 

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The Abbott govt is planning a 'repeal day' in parliament hoping to axe over 8000 federal laws.

The Abbott government is planning a "repeal day'' in parliament in March when it hopes to axe more than 8000 federal laws in a push to cut red tape costs.
The Australian reports that the "repeal day'' is scheduled for the final parliamentary sitting week in March and is part of a federal government plan to slash red tape by $1 billion a year.
The Statute Law Revision Bill and the Amending Acts 1901-1969 Bill will propose slashing 8000 redundant laws going back around 100 years.
On the same day, parliament will be presented with a number of bills proposing the repeal of "burdensome regulations''.
The bills are to be debated in the coming weeks, with the government reportedly claiming they'll represent the "biggest single reduction in federal laws ever put before the commonwealth parliament''.
The "repeal day'' concept is said to be borrowed from the US, where congress has regular repeal days.
 
Source and video: http://www.news.com.au/national/abbott-government-planning-repeal-day-to-cut-8000-laws/story-fncynjr2-1226800376990
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  • doyla66
    doyla66 Sunday, 19 January 2014

    Might need to be a fly on the wall to get a sneak preview of any of those bills if Choice magazine has been denied any knowledge of some of them and journalists barred from briefings despite being invited and turning up with RSVP's. All so very secret I believe that anybody who dares to snoop runs the risk of reprisal. Tragic People Politicians

  • doyla66
    doyla66 Sunday, 19 January 2014

    Something is going on. I knew something strange happened to all Politicians once elected and seems I am not the only one who has noticed how very guarded our PM now is. Have just found an interesting article written by Ewa Kretowicz a reporter for the Canberra Times dated 19 January 2014 titled Tony Abbott becomes a slow talking PM. It states among other things A) his speech delivery is now like that of a puppet B) his media interviews have dropped from 216 words per minute to 108 words per minute than when Opposition Leader says the director of the Voice Research Laboratory at the University of Sydney's faculty of health sciences, Cate Madill. What worries me is silence is not always golden but whatever is going on I believe there are indeed some big changes afoot including some re Finance and Consumer Protection. OMG my mind is in such a spin at all I have been learning I am at the point where I am even beginning to think perhaps one should add the movie Faceoff to the list of possible fact being turned into fiction!

  • doyla66
    doyla66 Monday, 20 January 2014

    Show us the list of Laws now - no excuses

    Tony Abbott seems to be emulating some of John Howard's trademarks, in a bid for acceptance amongst the ordinary folk. This includes his changed speech pattern and style. I liked the real Tony Abbott better - at least that's authentic, despite his being a career politician. If we wanted John Howard II wouldn't we have said so? Bad move being anything other than real these days. The world has moved on, even in Australia, and the public are much more aware. We had plenty of plastic and showbiz with the last mob - please don't try this pollie nonsense on with us. We live in the real world. Get real, Canberra. This is our country and our future you're tinkering with!
    Making that list of laws for deletion secret is illegal and undemocratic. Now which good media buddy is going to see through the BS and PR and research it or arrange for it's leaking? As well if this government is going to indulge in secret Law changes, under the delusion that we shouldn't bother our heads about that because the patriarchy know best (another Howard trait), they are in for a very rude awakening. Not acceptable.
    Finally if the government or their crazy PR people think citing the US as a good example to follow as in the above article they're right off their trolleys. Even if some of the explanations of what's happening in the US sound far fetched (people do make up stories to resolve their unease in the absence of honesty, truth and facts) the reality is that millions of ordinary folk on the ground around the world are communicating freely about the real lives and their real feelings.

  • doyla66
    doyla66 Monday, 20 January 2014

    Seems to me they all are forced to change once elected by whoever control them and I only voted for Tony Abott feeling he would come out with both fists fighting LOL and right so many wrongs LOL! Next election I intend to just write null and void on ballot papers for Senators are the only ones you can trust!

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