国会新闻摘要2019年2月18 - 21日
同样在本周，据透露，东部郊区的驾驶者现在将支付更高的通行费并且年限要增加十年 - 这是为了给西部的一条公路提供资金，这要归功于维州工党政府在Bill Shorten的支持下推动的变革。
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Parliament Update: 18th - 21th February 2019
With another big week in Parliament, it was pleasing to see new statistics reveal that the economy added more than 65,000 full-time jobs over the January period.
This means that the unemployment rate now sits at 5 per cent, the lowest rate since 2011.
Also this week, it was revealed that motorists from the Eastern Suburbs will now pay higher tolls – for an extra ten years – to fund a road in the West, thanks to changes being pushed by the State Labor Government, with the support of Bill Shorten.
This comes after Infrastructure Australia released its latest list of priority projects, with the East West Link remaining in the top priority category.
The Government also passed legislation which will unite more than three million Australians with around $6 billion worth of lost and unclaimed superannuation. It will also ban exit fees and cap excessive account fees, saving 7.2 million Australians millions of dollars each year.
Finally, I spoke in Parliament about the findings of the banking royal commission, and the important role played by mortgage brokers in creating competition in the lending market.
You can read transcripts or watch videos of my speeches in Parliament by either clicking on the articles below or by visiting www.michaelsukkar.com.au.
The Hon. Michael Sukkar MP
Federal Member for Deakin