Speeches Chris has made in the Australian Federal Parliament.

Chris Hayes MP – Bills - Appropriation Bill (No. 3) 2020-2021, Appropriation Bill (No. 4) 2020-20...

March 22, 2021

Rather than addressing the systematic problems that we have and that have only been heightened by the pandemic, this government has introduced short-term policy that gets them through to the next election rather than policy that is of long-term transformational benefit to the economy and to the nation.

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Bills - Private Health Insurance Legislation Amendment (Age of Dependants) Bill 2021 - Second Rea...

March 18, 2021

In my case, being in Western Sydney, my community's actually overrepresented with families with members living with a disability ... This is something that will be of significant benefit to many residents in my community.

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Committees - Australia's Family Law System Joint Select Committee - Report

March 16, 2021

The Family Court is a specialised court. Set up over 30 years ago, it was due to simply specialise in family matters. We don't have to look too far from our own electorates to see some of the issues confronting families.

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Grievance Debate - Human Rights

March 16, 2021

As members of the international community, we have a moral if not a legal responsibility to do all we can to encourage countries in our region to adhere to their international human rights obligations.

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Private Members’ Business - Western Sydney

March 15, 2021

We need an ongoing commitment to build public infrastructure but also to support our universities and our vocational education, our TAFE centres, out there, to build the roads and the rail lines to guide the development of Western Sydney airport to establish the logistics and, importantly, the sporting, the artistic and the tourism facilities, all of which Western Sydney can offer and can prosper in with the right investment.

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Bills - Fair Work Amendment (Supporting Australia's Jobs and Economic Recovery) Bill 2020 - Secon...

February 17, 2021

That's not what this legislation does. It not only identifies the cracks but widens them and does things to people at the lower end of the employment scales.

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