The Greens vote to cover up secret Govt vaccine contracts

 – showing their support for big pharma

Labor and The Greens voted to cover up the government’s Covid vaccine contracts

22 November 2022

Today the Greens and Labour voted down our motion for the Australian government to provide documentation in relation to the vaccine contracts.

This is just another example of how the Greens are just a puppet of big multinationals.

Thanks to my colleague Alex Antic for putting the motion together and trying to gain cross party support.

The Greens should rename themselves “The Reds” because at the end of the day they are just communists masquerading as environmentalists.

MOTION:

Senator ANTIC (South Australia) (16:25): As to general business notice of motion No. 81, I inform the chamber that Senators Hanson and Roberts will also sponsor the motion. I, and also on behalf of Senators Hanson, Roberts, Rennick, Canavan and Babet, move:

That there be laid on the table by the Minister representing the Minister for Health and Aged Care, by no later than 3 pm on Tuesday, 29 November 2022:

(a) any contractual documents (without redaction) including any schedules, appendices or similar document (without redaction), for the supply, production, distribution or administration of any COVID-19 vaccine in Australia (‘the vaccine contracts’) executed by or on behalf of the Australian Government and any of the following (‘the vaccine producers’):

(i) Pfizer Australia Pty Ltd and/or its parent companies, nominees, agents or subsidiaries,

(ii) AstraZeneca Pty Ltd and/or its parent companies, nominees, agents or subsidiaries,

(iii) Moderna Australia Pty Ltd and/or its parent companies, nominees, agents or subsidiaries, and

(iv) Novavax Inc and/or its parent companies, nominees, agents or subsidiaries;

(b) any other document referenced, referred to or incorporated into any of the vaccine contracts but not included in the contractual document;

(c) any other document evidencing any pre-contractual representations with respect to effectiveness, side effects, fitness for purpose, merchantability, warranties or exclusions of warranty related to the supply, production, distribution or administration of any COVID-19 vaccine in Australia by any of the vaccine producers; and

(d) any other document evidencing any indemnity, guarantee, waiver or release of liability, forbearance to sue or similar enforceable right provided by or on behalf of the Australian Government to any of the vaccine producers with respect to the supply, production, distribution or administration of any COVID-19 vaccine in Australia.

Photo of MPThe PRESIDENT: The question is that general business notice of motion No. 81 standing in the names of Senators Antic, Hanson, Roberts and others be agreed to.

Division: AYES 29, NOES 29, PAIRS 0

MOTION LOST (NEGATED)

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