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(1) Who is PM for the day?
Mr Abbott’s answers seem inconsistent with his previous comments which indicated he was working with ministers to help deliver a debt reduction program before the election.
When Mr Abbott told a parliamentary inquiry in early May that “a government that cannot cut a budget is not a government”, he was referring to a government that could not cut a debt.
Yesterday, when asked about Mr Abbott’s comments, Mr Turnbull told ABC’s 7.30: “The problem in this is I think he can’t actually cut any cuts if he doesn’t get this party together with the government and other parties.”
But this did not stop questions being raised about Mr Abbott’s fitness for office, prompting this question from Senator Bob Day of Melbourne:아산출장샵 “Are you comfortabl성남안마 성남출장안마e with a PM that has been in a position where there’s a potential public debate that could go up against the laws and the constitution which he says he’s a proponent of?”
But Mr Turnbull insisted he was happy to “work through the issues with people”, as he put it in the question and answer session.
(2) What happens on Thursday evening and Friday morning?
When asked about his plan for the night, Mr Turnbull’s answer was, “I’ve got a speech on the road ahead of me today to introduce two legislation, which may or may not pass through the house in time to be a motion before parliament.
“There will be a second speech on Tuesday with the second bill and a draft of the second bill and so I am committed to introducing these things into the House so they’re fully debated and they have a chance of passing the senate.
“I haven’t seen that yet and I’m also committed to pushing the government to go ahead with those measures that they want passed and, yes, work through the issues with people.
“So in the morning that is the same as Wednesday, the day of my speech to show this government what they can and cannot do – with and without the agreement of the opposition.”
The prime minister later said of his remarks at Thursday’s press conference: “So for the first time since he entered politics he has given a strong indication that he could cut funding from non-essential services such as health.
“If it’s not there then we’re talking about a whol