Politicians in Victoria need to restore trust and build integrity following the revelations of electoral fraud in addition to a myriad of broken social policy commitments by the governing Labor Party, according to the Australian Christian Lobby, a non-party partisan lobby group.
Not willing to accept the rejection of a euthanasia bill a little over a year ago, members of the South Australian Labor Party have indicated it would be back on the agenda should it win the March 17 election.
The South Australian Election will be held in under two weeks on the 17th March. Labor Premier Jay Weatherill, the Opposition Leader Steven Marshall and the Nick Xenophon led SA Best Party battle it out for who lead SA for the next four years.
Options for Tasmanian voters against state-sanctioned suicide have narrowed with Jacqui Lambie Network this week openly joining The Greens and Labor in promoting a euthanasia agenda.
Tasmania is in the midst of the gripping state election campaign with both major parties neck and neck ahead of election this weekend. Tune in to Voice for Values this week as we speak to ACL Tasmanian Director Mark Brown.
Only a few days out from the election and Labor has still not responded to our questionnaire on behalf of its candidates.
Do they have something to hide?
Tasmania is traditionally a Labor dominated state: Of 21 elections contested by the Liberal Party, only six have gone their way.
Coming off a 16-year Labor rule, the Liberals were elected in a landslide victory in 2014 gaining 15 of the 25 lower house seats.
A push for euthanasia laws to be enacted in Queensland is being privately funded and is getting strong support from protagonists in the media.
The Victorian Government has today refused to heed desperate last-minute calls for an indefinite deferral of the misnamed Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill, according to the Australian Christian Lobby.
South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill should explain the Labor Party position on state-sanctioned assisted suicide following calls from within his cabinet to reintroduce failed euthanasia legislation, according to the Australian Christian Lobby.
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