Posted by: euzoia | September 6, 2010

Comparation : Gillard vs Abbott

Compare the policies

 


Compare Julia Gillard

Compare Tony Abbott

Abolished WorkChoices and is protecting rights at work.

Source: Federal Hansard 19 March 2009

 

Will bring back the worst parts of WorkChoices including scrapping unfair dismissal laws.

Source: Budget Reply 13 May 2010

   


Building GP Super Clinics.

Source: Minister for Health Press Release 11 May 2010

Will cut GP Super Clinics.

Source: The Age 18 May 2010

   


Delivering Trades Training Centres for 732 schools with another 520 to come over 3 years.

Source: Federal Hansard 26 May 2010, Deputy Prime Minister Press Release 26 May 2010

Cutting Trades Training Centres denying over 1,800 schools
access to trades training.

Source: The Australian 9 April 2010

   


Increased hospital funding by 50%.

Source: Ministerial Press Release 3 March 2010

Cut $1 billion from public hospitals as Health Minister.

Source: Budget Papers 03-04

   


Funding 3,000 new nurses and 1,300 GPs over the next 3 years.

Source: Ministerial Press Release 5 December 2008, Minister for Health Press Release 23 June 2010

Froze GP training places despite a massive shortage
& left a shortage of 6,000 nurses as Health Minister.

Source: Budget Papers 03-04, 04-05, 05-06, 06-07 & Access Economics February 2008

   


Tackling climate change with record investment in renewable energy like solar and wind.

Source: Ministerial Press Release 11 May 2010

Thinks Climate Change is ‘absolute crap’.

Source: The Australian 12 December 2009

   


Decisive action to support jobs during the global recession and the budget back to surplus by 2013.

Source: Ministerial Press Release 3 February 2009, Budget Papers 10-11

Opposed the infrastructure stimulus which helped keep 100,000 Australians in jobs.

Source: Federal Hansard February 2009

   


Help with the cost of living with $4,000 to families with teenagers.

Source: The Australian 3 August 2010

1.5 per cent tax on business that will be passed on to consumers at the checkout.

Source: Australian Financial Review 9 March 2010

   


Faster broadband to drive a modern economy and deliver advancements in health and education.

Source:  SMH 16 August 2010

Cancel the National Broadband Network.

Source: Sydney Morning Herald 22 April 2010

   


Delivering paid parental leave in four months.

Source: SMH 4 August 2010

Scheme which won’t start for years.

Source: SMH 4 August 2010


 


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