Greens in court bid to access secret myki documents

Greens in court bid to access secret myki documents

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Lawyers for the Greens have argued their use of secret documents in a legal bid to get access to a confidential document is unlawful.

The Green Party recently launched their legal fight to access information held by the Labor Government regarding a secret contract that will allow for “local area health services” to be contracted.

The contract, negotiated between the Department of Health and the Victorian Government, will give the local gove해운대출장안마rnment authority the right to build an enhanced Myki card.

Greens lawyer Tony Burke said they were using the documents to show they had a right to access the confidential document.

“These 광주출장마사지documents are the only documentation on this website to date,” he said.

“They are the only document on which there is any evidence that the public has even heard of this document.”

Mr Burke said the documents, held by the Department of Health on behalf of the Liberal Party, were “the only proof that the document is the document.”

“The fact that the documents are so secret that any third party, any lawyer for the Greens — whether they are from the Government or any other lawyer, has 예스 카지노to show up, that’s a clear invasion of the private property,” he said.

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