2013 Election

May 12, 2013 at 10:05 o\clock

Political Parties in Australia for 2013 Election with the Effective Cost of Living in Australia

 Family First is a mainstream political party registered with the Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) and the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC). Family First currently has two members in the South Australian parliament, Hon Dennis Hood MLC and Hon Robert Brokenshire MLC. Family First Senate Candidate for 2013 election is Bob Day. Starting with nothing, Bob Day built a successful national business. These skills are what Australia needs to move forward for the future. Bob shares his success whether it’s building houses for the homeless, finding apprenticeships for young people, building Remembrance Walls for the Returned Services, or organising a roadside planting program. It’s why he received an Order of Australia (AO) for services to social welfare, housing and to the community and is a Senate Candidate for 2013 election. There is no doubt politics in Australia is going through a difficult and uncertain period. There is clearly a lack of values. Politicians appear more interested in personal attacks than tackling the country’s problems. Parliament resembles a schoolyard slanging match rather than a chamber of political parties’ debate.For the immigrants, Australia requires them to show evidence that they can contribute to the cost of living in Australia and be self-supportive. This helps to ensure that overseas students make the most of their studies and have a safe and enjoyable experience in Australia. Many supplement their cost of living through part-time work in Australia.