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News - Monday, March 21, 2011 13:12 - 8 Comments
Independent Senator Nick Xenophon has again mounted a strident criticism of certain provisions of the National Broadband Network legislation currently before the Senate, arguing that the bills would allow NBN Co to unfairly offer large telcos like Telstra and Optus preferential pricing deals due to their size.
This morning, the Senate commenced debate on legislation associated with the fibre project, after both NBN bills passed the House of Representatives several weeks ago with only one minor amendment. However, the chamber was virtually empty this morning, with the Government believed to be currently working with the Greens — which holds the balance of power in the Senate — on amendments to the legislation.
However, Xenophon took the chance this morning to criticise certain elements of the legislation, in advance of any amendments. The comments came months after the Senator made similar statements about the NBN legislation in late November last year.