Wed. Jan 26th, 2022

Labor leader Anthony Albanese has promised to invest more in renewable energy, free TAFE courses and more university places and cheaper childcare as he launched the party’s unofficial election campaign in the must-win election in Sydney, Reid.

In a speech to the party’s believers in Ashfield, in Sydney’s inner west, Mr Albanese Labor outlined the government’s campaign to “seek renewal, not revolution”, while attacking Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s character and credibility.

Both Labor and the coalition are in pre-election mode ahead of next year’s poll, where Mr Morrison last month campaigned in key marginal places in Sydney and Melbourne. When his opponent spoke in Sydney, Mr Morrison led a campaign in regional NSW with a visit to the Bathurst 1000 Supercars race.

Federal Labor leader Anthony Albanese on Sunday launched the party's unofficial election campaign and promised

Federal Labor leader Anthony Albanese on Sunday launched the party’s unofficial election campaign, promising “a better future”.Credit: Edwina Pickles

Albanese said voters had a choice between “a government that is simply used and a prime minister whose tank is empty” or “a fresh start for Australia with Labor”, which had a plan built around the lessons of the pandemic.

“That our working families, the backbone of our country, need and deserve a better life. One where the basics like electricity bills, childcare and health care do not break the bank, ”Mr Albanese told supporters of the West Ashfield Leagues Club.

“That Australians deserve secure, well-paid jobs. Because when COVID hit, they paid in the most precarious work – like casuals – a high price when their jobs disappeared without notice.”

He outlined the key areas to support Labour’s election campaign: making Australia a ‘renewable energy superpower’, a powerhouse of production, Asia’s competencies and a capital of education. [and] a society that guarantees safe work, cheaper childcare and stronger Medicare. “

The speech included the policies that Mr Albanese has announced in recent days, including its promise to cut household bills by an average of $ 275 over three years as part of Labour’s climate plan policy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 43 percent by 2030. He committed also to 1.1 billion. to make 465,000 TAFE places free and fund an additional 20,000 university places focusing on areas with a lack of qualifications.

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