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Division Kristina Keneally Supporters vote Division outcome

11th Sep 2019, 4:10 PM – Senate Committees - Rural and Regional Affairs and Transport References Committee - Reference

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The majority voted in favour of a motion introduced by Tasmanian Senator Anne Urquhart (Labor), which means it passed.

Motion text

That the following matter be referred to the Rural and Regional Affairs and Transport References Committee for inquiry and report by April 2020:

The importance of a viable, safe, sustainable and efficient road transport industry, with particular reference to:

a. the importance of an enforceable minimum award rate and sustainable standards and conditions for all stakeholders in the road transport industry;

b. the development and maintenance of road transport infrastructure to ensure a safe and efficient road transport industry;

c. the regulatory impact, including the appropriateness, relevance and adequacy of the legislative framework, on all stakeholders in the road transport industry;

d. the training and career pathways to support, develop and sustain the road transport industry;

e. the social and economic impact of road-related injury, trauma and death;

f. efficient cost-recovery measures for industry stakeholders, including subcontractors;

g. the impact of new technologies and advancements in freight distribution, vehicle design, road safety and alternative fuels;

h. the importance of establishing a formal consultative relationship between the road transport industry and all levels of government in Australia; and

i. other related matters.

absent Yes Passed by a small majority

How "never voted" is worked out

Normally a person's votes count towards a score which is used to work out a simple phrase to summarise their position on a policy. However in this case Kristina Keneally was absent during all divisions for this policy. So, it's impossible to say anything concrete other than that they have "never voted" on this policy.