Royal Commissions are back in vogue: Lambert

February 20, 2019

The Conservative Party's South Australian Senate candidate Rikki Lambert says:

Royal Commissions are back in vogue: Think Banking, Child Abuse, Aged Care.

Conservatives want more, on both the Chinese Communist Party's influence and the Murray-Darling Basin Plan’s future.

The first 20 Federation years gave us far more royal commissions but we shouldn’t need them now.

Taxpayers now pay for more MPs, extensive committee systems, huge departments & policing agencies plus the gargantuan ABC.

Then there’s the independent media, unprecedented access to government information, data and whistleblowers.

Why have the current pollies failed to expose and solve serious problems and criminality?

The Canberra bubble contains a clubby, toxic and occasionally sleazy culture between politicians, staffers, lobbyists, bureaucrats, ‘interest groups’ and the press gallery, hopelessly detached from the real problems facing Australians.

Voters rightly search senate ballot papers for alternatives who will give them a voice, avert disaster, consistently act on principle and hold themselves to the highest personal standards.

Happy hunting.

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