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Did the Victorian elections ignore the Constitution and Human Rights Charter?

27 December 2022

4:00 AM

27 December 2022

4:00 AM

When the Bracks government in Victoria established an Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission in 2006 it bragged that it would strengthen and support Victoria’s democratic system.

Furthermore, it expressed pride to protect human rights using a parliamentary-based model. All future legislation would be certified as being compatible with human rights obligations.

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