Frv Enterprise Agreement

The law was introduced in the Victorian House of Lords shortly before Easter 2018 and resulted in a record meeting to let it pass, including controversies over the mating of a member of the Cross[14] and allegations that the government took advantage of the absence of a sick MP, an independent who gave the decisive voice on the legislation. in his absence, impose a vote by extending the session until Good Friday, which had never been the case before. The law was rejected at third reading on Easter Sunday. [15] The bill was a “controversial bill” [16] and, after the next election, it could be considered by a committee known as the Disputes Commission, in accordance with the Constitution Act 2003 (Parliamentary Reform Act). [17] The bill was withdrawn on May 29, 2019 and passed by both houses on June 20, 2019.