This Woman Is a Traitor

Lets call a spade a spade here. Kristina Keneally is very left wing and a radical communist and a totally failed NSW Premier. So what does the traitorous Labor party do? Promote heryes thats right, promote here where she could do more damage. Labor always promotes people like that. Take a look at the traitorous Sam Dastyari. As Premier her most famous act of stupidity was that there would be no more infrastructure work done in Sydney for at least 20 Jahre. Im 20 years the population would double. It has and thats a fact. The various authorities are doing their very best to keep terrorists out and this woman is doing her very best to give them a free ticket into the country and do whatever they please. Yest the party faithful think that Labor will save us all.

Kristina Keneally angers Government by breaking bipartisan agreement on terrorism legislation

A close up of Senator Kristina KeneallyFOTO: Senator Keneally sagte Arbeit während Debatte auf der Rechnung hatte beschlossen, “test” der Wille des Senats. (Sie: James Ross)

Labor’s Deputy Senate leader Kristina Keneally has infuriated the Government and annoyed some of her ALP colleagues by breaking a bipartisan agreement on terrorism legislation — and then boasting about it.

Kernpunkte:

  • The Crimes Legislation Amendment Act gives police the power to stop and question people in airports
  • Labor had advised the Government it would support a Centre Alliance amendment for a review of the bill but indicated it did not support a sunset clause
  • Senator Keneally sagte Arbeit während Debatte auf der Rechnung hatte beschlossen, “test” der Wille des Senats

Das ABC versteht, dass der Vorsitzende des Parlamentarischen Paritätischen Ausschusses für die Nachrichten- und Sicherheits (PJCIS), Liberal MP und ehemaliger SAS Kapitän Andrew Hastie, nahm Senator Keneally zu Aufgabe aus einer Vereinbarung zur Umleitung voll unterstützen parteiübergreifenden Anti-Terror-Gesetze.

Die Verbrechen Gesetzgebung Änderung (Police Powers an Flughäfen) Act gives police the power to stop and question people in airports who they believe are acting suspiciously.

It also allows police to bar people from the vicinity of airports for 24 Std.

The legislation was developed in response to a foiled Islamic State plot to blow up a 2017 Etihad Airlines flight from Sydney to Abu Dhabi.

Labor and the Coalition had agreed to support the bill’s passage, but last-minute manoeuvring on Monday night saw Labor support a four-year sunset clause to the laws, drafted by Centre Alliance’s Rex Patrick.

The amendment’s passage was aided by the fact that South Australian crossbencher Cory Bernardi had left Parliament unwell and had not been given apairto cancel out the effect of his absence.

Earlier that day, Labor had advised the Government it would support a Centre Alliance amendment for a review of the Police Powers bill but indicated it did not support a sunset clause. Labor argues this indication was not binding.

But at 8.42pm on Monday night, Senator Keneally getwittert, dass die Regierung hatte “gerade verloren eine Abstimmung im Senat”.

Wir geändert erfolgreich die Befugnisse der Polizei an Flughäfen Bill eine PJCIS Überprüfung der Gesetzgebung schließen & Befristungsklauseln als Garantien.

Wie @ScottMorrisonMP sagt solche Angelegenheiten “kann nicht eingestellt werden & vergessen” — Jetzt werden sie nicht sein

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“Wir geändert erfolgreich die Befugnisse der Polizei an Flughäfen Bill eine PJCIS Überprüfung der Gesetzgebung schließen & Befristungsklauseln als Garantien,” ihr tweet sagte.

“Wie sagt @ScottMorrisonMP solche Angelegenheiten “kann nicht eingestellt werden & vergessen” — Jetzt werden sie nicht #auspol sein.”

The Government is furious at Labor’s Senate antics and some of Senator Keneally’s Labor colleagues are similarly unimpressed.

Mr Hastie raised the matter with Senator Keneally when the PJCIS met on Thursday morning in the super-secure briefing room, which is adjacent to the cabinet room.

It is understood Senator Keneally was politely reminded of the strength derived from the bipartisan nature of the powerful intelligence and security committee.

Senator Keneally told the ABC that Labor had decided during debate on the bill totest” der Wille des Senats.

During the debate on the amendments, the Government did not vote against Centre Alliance’s recommendation for a review of the Police Powers bill and allowed it to pass,” Sie sagte.

This is contrary to what the Government indicated to Labor earlier in the day, when they said they would vote to oppose both Centre Alliance amendments.

Given the Government did not vote to oppose Centre Alliance’s first amendment to hold a review of the bill, Labor decided to test the will of the Senate on a sunset. Labor supported the Government’s Police Powers bill and it passed the Senate.

Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton said Senator Keneally’sunilateral decisionswerecompletely at odds with the leadership of the Labor Party”.

Kristina Keneally, honestly, is off the reservation,” Mr Dutton said.

People in Labor are distancing themselves from her. Richard Marles has completely distanced himself from her, as has Penny Wong.

Senator Keneally said what worked well with the PJCIS is thatwe have robust policy debates but emerge with a bipartisan and considered approach to protecting the national interest”.

It’s a committee unlike any other in the Parliament, and I pay tribute to Andrew Hastie who, as chair, does a good job landing our reports with the full support of all members,” Sie sagte.

It is the case, jedoch, that sometimes the Cabinet process results in PJCIS recommendations not being adopted. For example, the encryption bill and the Temporary Exclusion Order legislation both proceeded with the Liberal Government deciding not to adopt the bipartisan recommendations of the PJCIS.

In both cases, Labor nonetheless supported the Government’s bills in the interest of national security.

Quelle: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-10-17/kristina-keneally-angers-government-alp-by-breaking-agreement/11613724

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