Archive for the tag "Australian legal values"
GetUp needs 100,000 signatures for its Wikileaks petition before its ad goes in the NY Times. If you wanted to do something about Julian Assange this can be it
Posted: 15 December, 2010 in Aussie Citizenship, Australian Politics, Australian Values, legal, Life, politics and government, US Politics, values.
Tags: activism, advertising, Assange, Australian legal values, Australian Values, GetUp, justice, law, legal, legal values, New York Times, nyt, United States, US, USA, WikiLeaks
Who was responsible for approving the oil drilling contract? Who prepared, and who approved the EIS that the company would have been required to provide?
Posted: 19 October, 2009 in Australian Values.
Tags: accident, Australian government, Australian law, Australian legal values, Australian Politics, Australian Values, bureaucracy, contract law, cost, EIS, environment, environmental impact statement, Garrett, government, law, legal, legal values, oil, oil accident, oil exploration, oil slick, oil spill, Peter Garrett, petroleum exploration, politics, principles, PTTEP, standards, Thai company, Thai oil, Thai petroleum, Thailand, values, worth
I know it’s unlovely but, Bob, I can’t help this smug feeling. Yet another “bad event, serious error, terrible circumstance.” Yet another wrongful detention
Posted: 4 October, 2009 in Aussie Citizenship, Australian Politics, Australian Values, Immigration, legal, politics and government.
Tags: Australian Citizenship, Australian Constitution, Australian legal values, Australian political values, Australian Politics, Australian Values, Bob Correll, bureaucracy, compensation, Cornelia Rau, costs, damages, detention, DIAC, DIC, ethics, government, government and politics, Immigration, Immigration Department, immigration detention, law, legal, mandamus, misfeasance, morals, Nguyen, nonfeasance, permanent resident, political values, politics, politics and government, principles, public service, residency, standards, values, Villawood, visa, worth, wrongful detention
Keelty in our view was a bad man, morally weak, a disastrous Commissioner who willingly ran over the basics of human rights and legal traditions like habeas corpus in order to pursue a flawed and misguided agenda.
Posted: 10 May, 2009 in Aussie Citizenship, Australian Politics, Australian Values, Culture, Life, politics and government.
Tags: Australian cultural values, Australian Federal Police, Australian legal values, Australian police values, cultural values, ethics, legal values, morals, principles, standards, values