One down, two to go

February 27, 2019

Conservative Party South Australian Senate candidate Rikki Lambert says the anticipated announcement by the Morrison Government of a Royal Commission into the disability sector is welcome news - however, the Conservatives have two more topics that also need a judicial investigation.

"The Conservative Party have been constant in calling for a Royal Commission into Chinese communist government influence in Australia," Mr Lambert said, "and we have also been calling for a federal Royal Commission into the Murray-Darling Basin."

"I've written recently about the modern tragedy that we need so many Royal Commissions, and in short the current crop of politicians haven't been doing their job properly. Without doubt it has been the balance-of-power parties in the Senate that have influenced governments to accept the need for Royal Commissions on aged care, banking and child abuse," Mr Lambert continued.

"The Morrison government can win-win here, either set the agenda for its next term in office or leave a legacy before losing government by establishing two other important Royal Commissions. We must cut through the vested interests and potential criminality to find out exactly what is going on to subvert Australia's national interests in our farm land, critical infrastructure and water security," he concluded.

However, Mr Lambert has told Hills Radio's Alan Musa the major parties don't seem too keen.

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