อนุทิน #127329

A tale of two political parties (or a sale of taxpayers' money)

http://bigpondnews.com/articles/TopStories/2013/08/02/Abbott_matches_Labor_school_funding_892783.html
02 Aug 2013 - 09:02pm

...Opposition Leader Tony Abbott has promised to honour school funding agreements entered into under Labor's Better Schools plan....

 ... the government had been using school funding as a political wedge.

'We want to end the uncertainty by guaranteeing that no school will be worse off over the forward estimates period,' (the leader of opposition said)....

'So we will honour the agreements that Labor has entered into, we will match the offers that Labor has made. We will make sure that no school is worse off.' A coalition government would ensure commonwealth schools funding committed by Labor for school year 2014 will flow to all states and territories irrespective of whether they have signed a deal with the Gillard or Rudd government, ...

It would amend the Australian Education Act to ensure the states, territories and non-government sectors keep authority for their schools, he said.

And it would match the commonwealth funding for schools committed by Labor over the next four years... 


'You can vote Liberal, or you can vote Labor, and you'll get precisely the same funding envelope regardless,'  

[ It don't know if I will live to hear this sort of "sale pitch" in Thailand's election. This is the sort of ปรองดอง people would love to hear -- to see good national development programs continue on with full support from either side of politicians. Australian pollies are becoming more sensible and responsiblem, -- more sensitive to nation's and people's needs, -- and more committed to better quality of life.]

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Education to the commerce and victimization of politics.