Lib/Nats Signed Memorandum of Understanding

30 Oct

bookshelfA memorandum of understanding between the NSW Liberal/Nationals coallition and horseriding groups in NSW was signed that when the Libs/Nats took government they would impliment agreed tasks and all parties signed this document.

Taking government at the last election, the Liberal/Nationals have ignored this signed agreement and hope that the people of NSW have forgotten, or did not know the terms they agreed to undertake.

In these terms they stated to – “ensure government departments and ministers that Brumbies are recognises as part of the cultural heritage in NSW“.

Read the comments and view the signed agreement ….[Lib-Nats-Agreement-on-Snowy-Horses-2006]


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2 responses to “Lib/Nats Signed Memorandum of Understanding

  1. Jill K3uning

    November 19, 2013 at 11:53 pm

    A Memorandum of Agreement is a legal contract that binds all who sign… The Government must realize we are not that stupid to think we would forget about it just to get the vote!

    • Dorothy

      November 20, 2013 at 6:00 am

      Great to know there is a legal obligation by all those employed/empowered under the Fed.Gov.and all jurisdictions that come under that title. We must all make sure the Corporation (States and Territors Aust.) 1990 Act (which is in itself a Fed Govt’s self made (without due process of a referendum by all Australians – see website: archived) jurisdiction, is made to carry through to its mandatory obligation for a Democratic Pprocess ensuring a democratic outcome and most importantly is seen to be doing just that.
      (Keep the Corporations, democratic)


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