Petitioning Australian Federal Parliament

Support for a Royal Commission into the Department Of Veteran Affairs

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WE HAVE RE-OPENED THIS PETITION CALLING FOR A ROYAL COMMISSION. IT WAS PRESENTED TO PARLIAMENT ON THE 2ND OF MARCH 2016 SINCE THEN WE HAVE LOST ALMOST 80 MORE VETERANS TO SUICIDE. THE TIME FOR TALK IS OVER PLEASE SIGN THE PETITION WE DEMAND A ROYAL COMMISSION NOW

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Our Veterans need a Royal Commission into the Department of Veterans Affairs.

Due to the gross mismanagement of the Department of Veterans Affairs, times delays, removal of treatment paths and adversarial practises, DVA is now causing increased numbers of homeless Veterans, increased suicides and family breakdowns.


Our Veterans that have served our country post Jul 2004 are now covered by a new act, which is being administrated in a more adversarial approach than work cover. Those 120,000 Operational Veterans who have served post Dec 1975 can be covered by up to 3 differing legislations which quite often work against each other to lower the treatment options and compensation eligibility.


We also include with in our family of veterans those injured during their training, which is extremely rigorous and has resulted in many injuries and deaths. We estimate the peacetime service numbers to be approximately 300,000 since the end of 1975.

Our government’s commitment to our disabled veterans needs to be honoured through a fully functioning and empathetic Department of Veterans Affairs

 

 

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