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From NSW Parliament

Maureen Redding discussed the subject of Forgotten Australians with Michael Daley, MP, Member for Maroubra. As a result, last Thursday, in the NSW Legislative Assembly, Michael Daley argued in favour of Royal Commission and a national reparation fund for Forgotten Australians.

Download a transcript of Michael Daley’s speech (PDF 76.2kb) from NSW Parliament Hansard, 15 September 2011.

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  1. Maureen , I believe in your attempts to have a Royal Commission on the plight of FAs .I will be writing to Michael Daley and express my and my brothers experiences while in so call care. I have been side tracked the last few weeks with other FAs issues and now will write to this Senator and express my and my brothers experiences . I believe something has to be done and if our Members of Parliament are not focus enough than they should not be led into a sense of false security . Its our present and future security along with our families thats at stake.Thanks for bringing this to my attention .

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