Seeking Clarification and Compromise for Fifo Familys regarding Boarder Restrictions

Seeking Clarification and Compromise for Fifo Familys regarding Boarder Restrictions

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Krystal Beck started this petition to Annastacia Palaszczuk (Premier of Queensland) and

As the wife of a Fifo worker, I am asking for a combined effort of support from fellow fifo familys who are currently experiencing the heartbreaks and heardships of the current Hard Boarder Closures. Not only are these Closures being used for political gains but, they are also denying our workers the right to rest and be present in their homes with family they not only work hard for but deserve the right to reside in while taking their much needed swings off.

Countless familys are at risk of family unit breakdowns - financial instability and long term mental health issues because of the unconstitutional demands from our premier's. No foresight has been taken nor has any compromise been listened to. 

I am,  on behalf of myself and many familys asking Annastacia Palaszczuk, QLD Cheif Health Officer Jeanette Young, Mark McGowen of W.A  and Prime Minister Scott Morrision to take into consideration the sacrifices our Fifo workers and Family's from ALL STATES  make while working hard and earning profits for the Nations biggest and most profitable company's.

I REQUEST THIS on behalf of fifo workers and their familys to the aboved named to have ALL Hard Border and Interstate travel exemptions lifted for ALL those who work on  ALL Private and Government owned projects that employ workers who have to travel and then reside interstate for the duration of there working swing. 

If successful I will then seek to have justification and accountability from our Premier's - equal partner's in State and all Federal / State Governments as to why those who already sacrifice so much for the National economy were the ones who are presumed to be the least effected by there deplorable actions, there for being denied basic human rights in the process.

 

 

 

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