Senator James McGrath

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    2019 Federal Election Inquiry

    Submissions are now open for the Joint Standing Committee on Electoral Matters inquiry into the 2019 Federal Election.

    The roles of pre-poll voting, political advertising standards, disinformation and third-party actors are expected to be examined by the Committee.

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    Inquiry into the Prerequisites for Nuclear Energy in Australia

    The Australian Government supports an energy system which delivers affordable and reliable energy to consumers while fulfilling Australia’s international emissions reduction obligations.

    Successive Labor and Coalition governments have maintained a bipartisan moratorium on nuclear electricity generation in Australia. Australia’s bipartisan moratorium on nuclear energy will remain in place.

    Australia’s energy systems are changing with new technologies, changing consumer demand patterns and changes in demand load from major industries. At the same time the National Electricity Market is seeing a significant increase in capacity in intermittent low emissions generation technologies.

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    2019 Federal Election

    I would like to talk about what happened on May 18, if I may, especially in the context of Queensland. I want to acknowledge that many people did a lot of work to help the Liberal-National Party achieve 23 out of 30 seats and also return three senators. I would like to acknowledge the fact that we have got Senator Scarr, Senator McDonald and Senator Rennick as new senators on this side of the chamber.

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