What to watch in a debate in Australia’s Senate: An overview
More than two months after the last Federal election, a battle between the Liberals and Nationals is still raging.
It is an important battle because it is shaping up to be the deciding vote in the Parliament’s future.
The battle will have significant implications for the future of the country.
It will also have a significant impact on the way Australians vote.
The politics of the debate is shaping the political landscape in Australia and it is a debate that will shape the future direction of this country.
A battle in the Senate is a time of intense campaigning for the two major parties.
In this battle the Liberal Party is likely to win the most seats, the Labor Party will be the smallest and the Greens will be in the minority.
What are the key issues?
The Liberals are trying to hold onto power in the upper house, which is the chamber that decides who sits in the chamber of the House of Representatives.
The Liberals have been in power for six of the last seven years and they are expected to retain control of the Upper House through the next election.
The Liberal Party has been able to achieve this despite having a large number of seats in the lower house.
The main issue for the Liberal party is their popularity in the state seats of Western Australia, Tasmania and the Northern Territory.
It has a strong support base in these areas.
This is not a good position for the Liberals.
It’s a problem because the Liberals will be under pressure from the Greens and the NXT, the new party of NXT’s former leader, Adam Bandt, who has called for the federal government to be abolished.
The federal government is responsible for about 50 per cent of Australia’s budget.
It does not like to be under financial pressure, which means that the federal Government has been making a series of decisions that will have a direct impact on our economic future.
It means the Liberals are being asked to be in a position where they have to respond to pressure from within the party and from the NXT.
A number of Liberals have called for a review of the Federal Budget to help them in the coming election.
One of the issues that the Liberals have raised is the impact of the NBN on the quality of the national broadband network.
This issue is being discussed in the Upper Senate, and it will be debated in the House.
The NBN is an ambitious project that will be a major challenge for the government.
It involves building a network that can deliver faster broadband than is currently available in the country and the Government has made some concessions on some issues, such as the NBN Co’s contribution to the cost of building the network.
However, the NBN has been criticised for being too expensive, for not being up to the task of providing high-quality broadband, for being over-subscribed and for being a subsidy to the existing NBN infrastructure.
The Federal Government is also trying to make some concessions to the Greens on issues such as tax cuts and carbon taxes.
The Greens are campaigning for a carbon tax.
There is a broad consensus among economists that the current carbon tax is a bad idea and should be abolished, but the Federal Government has argued that a carbon price would be a better way to fund infrastructure.
What is the Liberal Opposition?
The Greens have been able in the last three federal elections to form the largest coalition in the history of Australia, winning more than 70 per cent in two of the past four elections.
The party is based in Victoria and is led by Senator Christine Milne.
It includes many of the same voters that the Liberal parties voters are.
However it is also led by a number of former members of the Howard Government who are now prominent politicians.
In 2013, when the Howard government was in power, the Liberal-National coalition was in the midst of a power struggle between the two parties.
This had its roots in the Howard era when the Liberal National Party was led by former prime minister Bob Hawke and the National Party led by Tony Abbott.
It ended in the 2015 federal election, when Mr Abbott won the election.
Mr Abbott is currently the leader of the Liberal Government and has led the party to a large majority in the Lower House.
He has led it to a high number of state and territory election wins, but has not yet won a state election.
This has resulted in Mr Abbott being elected as the Liberal leader for the first time.
The Coalition Government is known for its conservative approach to the issues and is known as conservative, in the sense that it believes in the conservative approach of the Labor Government.
This government has a reputation for being conservative on issues like same-sex marriage and abortion.
However Mr Abbott has previously said he wants to bring the Australian people together around the issues of the day and is not afraid to speak his mind.
He is known to be outspoken and has also made comments that many consider to be controversial, such when he said he would consider removing the citizenship of terrorists and criminals who have committed crimes against Australians.
His party has had to take on a number issues from the Labor government,