Senate inquiry makes 4 recommendations to citizenship changes

A parliamentary Senate committee last week made four recommendations on the government’s planned citizenship changes.
The four recommendations are:

1.   The senate committee recommended that English language requirements should not be so high.

2.   The committee also suggested that Australian permanent residents, who were granted visas before the April 20th, should be allowed to apply for citizenship under old rules

3.   It also called for the government to reconsider its plan to ban applications for two years if the applicant failed the citizenship test thrice.

4.   And finally, to pass the bill.

The report can be accessed here.