Sunday, August 5, 2018

What (whore-mongering?) politicians cost Australian taxpayers

(illustration, The Catholic Mr. Barnaby Joyce, looking lustfully at Vikki Campion, who he later copulates with in order to broaden his gene pool, while himself being married to his wife of 4 daughters Natalie Joyce)

According to Section 48 of the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1900 (Imp), of course.

For the those in power:
  • Prime Minister: 160.0%
  • Deputy Prime Minister: 105.0%
  • Treasurer: 87.5%
  • Leader of the Government in the Senate: 87.5%
  • Leader of the House: 75.0%
  • Other Minister in Cabinet who is also Manager of Government Business in the Senate: 75.0%
  • Other Ministers in Cabinet: 72.5%
  • Other Minister who is also Manager of Government Business in the Senate: 67.5%
  • Other Ministers: 57.5%
  • Parliamentary Secretary who is also Manager of Government Business in the Senate: 35.0%
  • Parliamentary Secretaries: 25.0%
Let's not forget those opposing those in power:

  • Leader of the Opposition: 85.0%
  • President of the Senate: 75.0%
  • Speaker of the House of Representatives: 75.0%
  • Deputy Leader of the Opposition: 57.5%
  • Leader of the Opposition in the Senate: 57.5%
  • Leader of a recognised party of more than 10 members of parliament, other than a party whose Leader is the Prime Minister or the Leader of the Opposition: 45.0%
  • Shadow Minister: 25.0%

See document titled:
Parliamentary remuneration and entitlements:2016 update



Don't forget the sweeping changes the CEO of the country in administration, Mr. Turnbull  introduced.

See document titled:
2017 Parliamentary remuneration and business resources: a quick guide

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