Coalition entrance bencher David Littleproud has defended Scott Morrison’s new house possession plan that will permit first-home consumers to speculate a part of their superannuation.
Labor has insisted the coverage unveiled by the Prime Minister yesterday on the Liberal Party marketing campaign launch would drive up costs. Former Labor PM Paul Keating, the architect of obligatory tremendous fee, was among the many fiercest critics.
But Littleproud advised Today this morning the plan was a “modern solution for a modern problem”.
“This is what good governments should do, move and evolve with society not get ham strung with what happened 30, 40 years ago.
“That’s a legacy Paul Keating needs to carry onto. Those indignant males of the previous ought to step apart … let the following era resist fashionable issues.”
Littlepround mentioned the success of the plan would rely upon state governments working with the Commonwealth to make extra housing provide out there.