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 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.  The bill was a “controversial bill”  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).  The bill was withdrawn on May 29, 2019 and passed by both houses on June 20, 2019.