Statements by Senators 14 June
Senator Carol Brown speaking about the need for a Royal Commision into the NDIS
Senator Cory Bernardi Australian Conservatives said it was time for the Federal Government to "get tough" and force Qatar to divest itself of its "significant" Australian interests and assets.
Senator Cory Bernardi Australian Conservatives, Qatar is piling billions of dollars into strategic assets which is being used to fund our enemies, "We've got to ask why, why are we allowing this?"
Senator Barry O'Sullivan talks about a "Grubby personal attack" by Senator Murray Watt on another Senator. Senator O'Sullivan urges everybody to keep an eye on Senator Watt's contribution of playing the person instead of talking about issues. It is a very disturbing trend of Senator Watt. "Personal politics has no place in this chamber" said Senator O'Sullivan.
Senator Barry O'Sullivan talks about a Senator Murray Watt and his attack on another Senator. Senator Watt is at the far left of the chamber and had arrived as Senator O'Sullivan was a few minutes into his statement.
Senator Murray Watt is amused by comments made by Senator Barry O'Sullivan.
Senator Barry O'Sullivan, "You know when your on the money, you know when your on the money with the volume and frequency of attempts to try to impede your presentation". Talking about interjections from Senator Murray Watt
Senator Murray Watt is calling for a point of order, he was told what he was saying is not a point of order but a debating point.
Senator Barry O'Sullivan, talks about appointments in Queensland by Labor that are conflicts of interest.
Senator Helen Polley, Senator for Tasmania talks about the education funding, claiming there are big cuts to education in Tasmania.
Senator Jonathan Duniam reacts to comments by Senator Polley about how he is part of a government that is cutting $85 million from Tasmanian schools funding.
Senator Sam Dastyari and Senator Kim Carr studying something on Senator Dastyari's iPad as Senator Polley was speaking about education funding.
Senator Sam Dastyari glances up at the Senate press gallery
Senator Dean Smith used is 22 seconds of time to mention GST reform for Western Australia and the remarkable West Australians that received Queen's Birthday honours.