国会新闻摘要2017年10月23日-26日

     (授权翻译:Bill Ma)


在推出此文时,高等法院关于众议员和参议员(双重国籍)的宪法资格的决定刚刚下达。这显然会在未来几天内占据媒体,但我不会在这里讨论这个问题。

相反,这是议会工作繁忙的一周,在那里我介绍了政府的“国家住房和无家可归协议”。

住房对所有澳大利亚人来说都是至关重要的福利。它是社会和经济参与的推动者,促进产生在就业,教育和卫生方面的更好的成果。

新的“协定”将确保每个州和领地能够通过这个“住房和无家可归的战略协议”来确认并处理其管辖范围内所面对的挑战。

分配给无家可归服务的拨款将是永久性和索引性(类似专款专用)的,将为那些“为无家可归者提供一线服务”的组织提供确定性,并将继续支持那些“提供危机处理”的团体,如家庭暴力受害者和脆弱的年轻澳大利亚人。

本周我在议会里讨论的其他问题包括了:我们国家的经济增长,小企业的支持对我们经济强劲增长的重要性。

我们不能把目前的经济增长当成理所当然的事,这就是为什么我们鼓励投资,帮助小企业前进,为澳大利亚人创造更多的就业机会。

这导致过去一年里产生了37万个新的就业机会,其中85%的新工作是全职工作。

减少小企业的税收负担也使小企业成长,雇用更多的本地人,支付更高的工资。虽然我们永远不能停留在已取得的成就上,但仍然需要强调的是:分享繁荣激励斗志的方式是大家都能得到红利。

你可以通过点击下面的文章或访问www.michaelsukkar.com.au来阅读会议记录或观看我在议会发言的视频。

祝福大家。

尊敬的Michael Sukkar

(Deakin选区联邦议员 | 助理财政部长)

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--英文原件--

Parliament Update 23 - 26 October 2017

At the time of publication, the High Court decision on the constitutional eligibility of various Members of Parliament and Senators has just been handed down. This will obviously dominate the media over coming days, but I won't dwell on that issue here.

Rather, it was a busy week in Parliament, where I introduced the Government’s National Housing and Homelessness Agreement.

Housing is fundamental to the wellbeing of all Australians. It is a driver of social and economic participation and promotes better employment, education and health outcomes.


The new Agreement will ensure that each State and Territory acknowledges and addresses the challenges specific to their jurisdiction through housing and homelessness strategies.

Funding allocated to homelessness services will be permanent and indexed and will provide certainty to organisations that offer frontline homelessness services, and will continue to support groups in need of crisis accommodation, like domestic violence victims and vulnerable young Australians.

Other issues I discussed in Parliament this week included our country’s economic growth and how support for small business has been crucial in supporting our strong economy.

We can’t take economic growth for granted – that’s why we’re encouraging investment, helping small businesses get ahead and creating more job opportunities for Australians.

This has led to more than 370,000 new jobs in the past year, with 85% of these new jobs being full-time.

Reducing the tax burden on small business has also allowed the small business sector to grow, hire more locals and pay higher wages. While we can never rest on our laurels, it is important to highlight that this focus on prosperity and aspiration is paying dividends.


You can read transcripts or watch videos of my speeches in Parliament by either clicking on the articles below or visiting  www.michaelsukkar.com.au. 

Best regards

The Hon. Michael Sukkar MP

Federal Member for Deakin
Assistant Minister to the Treasurer