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A Royal Commission?

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Published on Jul 29, 2012

Some compliant commentators say that AWU scandal is old and the Prime Minister's answers are on the public record.

Michael Smith disagrees; there has never been a prosecution or an enquiry.

As with the HSU, there is need now for a Royal Commission with the power to have hearings in public, to compell the production of documents and the testamony of witnesses.

Only in this way will union members and Australians generally be properly informed as to the scandals that are engulfing the trade union movement.

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