Coalition could be forced into extra sitting days to deal with banking reform
Independents line up with ALP to extend calendar as Reserve Bank governor suggests Australia’s banks could be too profitable
The Morrison government faces the risk of being forced to schedule extra parliamentary sittings to deal with the recommendations of the banking royal commission, as independents line up with Labor to extend the calendar.
Labor has already demanded an extra fortnight, and other independents are supportive of the idea. The wildcard is Bob Katter. He has not ruled out supporting a motion to extend the pre-election sitting schedule.Continue reading...