Legislation to be debated by upper house on Tuesday after negotiations with crossbench MPs, as protests continue
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The Victorian government’s controversial pandemic laws appear set to pass parliament this week after 11th hour discussions with key crossbenchers secured support for amended legislation.
The premier’s office has confirmed the laws will be go before the upper house on Tuesday after hundreds of demonstrators again camped on the steps of the Victorian parliament protesting the bill.
Read the original article at The Guardian