People have the position to decide if the politician's pay increases.
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The Australian citizens are not supportive of the Government's power, in making changes to the level of payments - without the approval of the public.
While making negative changes to the level of pay, for the 'lower paid jobs' and introducing workers that are of no cost to the business - the Government increases the level of pay to the people in those in 'high paid jobs'.
This type of action - lowering the 'low standard of living and increasing costs' - has resulted in an increasing number of Australian people that are living on wages that do not cover the 'cost of living', in Australia, in 2017. This type of action has also been occurring in previous years and not 'just begun'.
Although the Australian Government uses it power to the level of 'abuse', it is time for the people to have power over their own lives. As the Australian economy can require the use of the Australian money tighten; those in power should lead by example and reduce their own wages and allowances. This is only showing their support for the people and love for the country they lead. (But, we do not see that now?)
The Australian citizens are to have the power of deciding when - and at what rate - the leaders are to receive payment. This is only a reflection of the way the Government has lead us, so they cannot say it is wrong.
Apart from changing the rate of their payments, their allowances and other bonus areas need to be considered to decrease. Should the level of pay remain, the cost of areas in their work should be paid by themselves and claimed at the end of the financial year.
Australia needs to consider every person and the leaders demonstrate the action to be taken, for Australia's economy to grow again.
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