The Australian Christian Lobby’s Tasmanian Director Christopher Brohier has commended the Tasmanian Premier for his concern for the vulnerable amid debate on a private member’s bill promoting assisted suicide. The Premier told ABC radio listeners this week: “I have never been convinced that the legislation in the past has sufficient safeguards to ensure that the vulnerable in our society will be protected.”
The Australian Christian Lobby is calling on the NSW Government to mirror for all religious gatherings its 1 June 2020 easing of COVID-19 restrictions for pubs, clubs, cafes and restaurants. From 1 June, hospitality venues can have up to 50 customers, but religious gatherings and places of worship can only have up to 10 in attendance.
Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk failed a leadership test today when the media asked her about yesterday’s dreadful Health Committee report recommending assisted suicide, the Australian Christian Lobby says.
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