Provide Victims of Institutional Violations Redress as Pertaining to Existing Laws
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As a Social Policy Graduate with Research and Advisory training background from the Citizens Advice Bureau, (CAB) I am compelled, by a near Two Decade long civic duty, both to my immediate community and wider society, (which has educated and nurtured me) to summon a MONUMENTAL outcry and support from the vast public, which concur in agreement '... GROSS and ODIOUS INSTITUTIONAL VIOLATIONS upon anyone is UNACCEPTABLE and JUSTICE and ACCOUNTABILITY to the RULE of LAW …’ must be applicable to all, without fear or favour, irrespective of socio-political and economic status.
After having researched thoroughly and ensured the facts of institutional violations as presented to the authorities are correct and irrefutable, it is most alarming to find that on-going failures and omissions of duty to act, are in some cases deliberate, with the sole objective of frustrating away legitimate claims ‘out of time’ without resolve.
I ask the general public, White/Black Man/Woman Rich/Poor Apathetic/Concerned to stop and take a moment to put signature to a fundamental protection demand that '... victims of GROSS and most ODIOUS INSTITUTIONAL VIOLATIONS, unlawfully denied redress as provisioned for in law, under Section 7(1)(a) Human Rights Act 1998; Section 7(1)(b) Human Rights Act 1998 and Article 13 Human Rights Act 1998, no longer be passed from pillar to post by the authorities in deliberately attempts to frustrate them away from redress rights enshrined in law. ...'
The Protection of one, whether weak or strong, is the protection of all from institutional violations and abuse. Please, do NOT ignore, or turn your back to this petition requiring that DELIBERATE systemic failures and Institutional Abuse be resoundingly proclaimed UNACCEPTABLE, justifying open public investigation and thorough accountability to the law.
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