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Albanese said the government should have made an announcement regarding jobkeeper and jobseeker before requesting parliament be cancelled.
Had the government made its decision clear to the public before this announcement, then people would have been able to have a view as to whether the changes that will be made and announced this Thursday are up to scratch or not.
Up to this point, there’s 3 million Australians who remain uncertain as to whether support will be given to their job past September. There are small businesses who remain in uncertain territory, unsure of whether they will continue to have support.
[It] needs to provide that ongoing support, because the government – with this decision by the Prime Minister to cancel the parliament – is saying, himself, that it’s not business as usual. Well, if it’s not business as usual for the parliament of Australia, it certainly isn’t business as usual for those small businesses relying upon jobseeper and those people who are maintaining a work relationship and an income as a result of jobkeeper.