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Public Servants and the Constitutionally Implied Freedom of Political Communication   Mr Towell journalist, who writes for the Public Service Informant in the Canberra Times, wrote on 30 May 2016, that the CPSU is claiming that “Public servants are being … Continue reading

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The Constitutionally Implied Freedom of Political Communication for Public Servants

Senator the Hon George Brandis QC An open letter to the Attorney-General the Honorable Senator George Brandis QC Dear Senator Brandis I write to you on the topic of the Constitutionally Implied Freedom of Political Communication for Public Servants You … Continue reading

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APSC Circular 2012/1: Revisions to the Commission’s guidance on making public comment _ an analysis

Under its heading, “Making public comment”, the revised APSC Circular 2012/1: Revisions to the Commission’s guidance on making public comment and participating online states: “APS employees have the same right to freedom of expression as other members of the community, … Continue reading

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