How Peter Georgiou voted compared to someone who believes that the federal governmnet should increase parliamentary entitlements for current MPs and Senators, such as legitimate expenditure, salary packages, superannuation entitlements and/or other allowances like the printing allowance

Division Peter Georgiou Supporters vote Division outcome

3rd Apr 2019, 9:34 PM – Senate Regulations and Determinations - Parliamentary Business Resources Amendment (2019 Measures No. 1) Regulations 2019 - Disallowance

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The majority voted in favour of a motion introduced by SA Senator Don Farrell (Labor), which means it passed. This motion means that item 4 will no longer have legal force.

Motion text

That item 4 of the Parliamentary Business Resources Amendment (2019 Measures No. 1) Regulations 2019, made under the Parliamentary Business Resources Act 2017, be disallowed [F2019L00177].

What is item 4?

According to the explanatory statement for these regulations, item 4 "enables members to use office expenses to pay for the production of content for broadcast on television or radio."

absent No Passed by a small majority

21st Mar 2017, 4:08 PM – Senate Motions - Parliamentarians' Entitlements - Do not increase remuneration until in surplus

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The majority voted against a motion introduced by Australian Conservatives Senator Cory Bernardi, which means it was unsuccessful.

Motion text

That, given the Commonwealth's debt and Australia's budget deficit, the Senate is of the view that all senators receive an appropriate remuneration package and, therefore, the Remuneration Tribunal should not consider increasing the remuneration paid to senators until the Government has delivered a budget surplus.

absent No (strong) Not passed by a large 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 Peter Georgiou 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.