Will there be a reduction in the numbers of Australian Temporary Working Visas?
Kristine Keneally has called for a reduction in the migration intake after the covid-19 situation is over and Australian International borders open again. Her ideas target temporary visa holders.
Labor has called for an overhaul of the migration system to give Australians a “first go at jobs” following the coronavirus pandemic.
Penny Wong has supported Kristina Keneallys comments for a reduction in temporary migration.
Kristine Keneally is a Labor Senator for NSW, and Shadow Minister for Home Affairs, and Shadow Minister for Immigration and Citizenship. She was the Premier of New South Wales between 2009 and 2011.
Penny Wong (Penelope Ying-Yen Wong) is a Labor Senator for South Australia, and is currently the Leader of the Opposition in the Senate.
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