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  • A.W.J. SMITH CPA 171 MARINE TERRACE Public Accountant P.O. BOX 100 GERALDTON WA 6531 TEL: (08) 9921 1644 FAX: (08) 9964 3106 AWJS:RAC 2ND July 1999 The Secretary, Joint Select Committee on the Republic Referendum, Parliament House, CANBERRA ACT 2600 FAX: (02) 6277 4773. Submission. I submit that the proposed
    Date: 12/07/1999  -  Collection: Committees  -  Sub Collection: HoR Committee Reports  
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  • As a former senior lecturer in political science I would suggest that three basic issues need to be raised about these bills and the process 1 is the will of the Australian people being truly reflected, are democratic principles being observed...or do the bills and processes appear to reflect more
    Date: 12/07/1999  -  Collection: Committees  -  Sub Collection: HoR Committee Reports  
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  • JULIEH\244151 v01 MEMORANDUM TO: Claressa Surtees Secretary of the Joint Select Committee on the Republic Referendum FROM: Michael Lavarch RE: INQUIRY INTO THE REPUBLIC REFERENDUM BILLS DATE: 2 July 1999 Dear Ms Surtees Thank you for your letter advising me of the inquiry being conducted by the Joint Select Committee
    Date: 12/07/1999  -  Collection: Committees  -  Sub Collection: HoR Committee Reports  
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  • School of Law Queensland University of Technology GPO Box 2434 Brisbane Q 4001 Phone: 61 7 3864 2828 Fax: 61 7 3864 2121 Email: j.pyke@qut.edu.au Joint Select Committee on the Republic Referendum, Parliament of Australia Canberra (by email) Submission on the Constitution Alteration (Establishment of Republic) Bill Honourable Members and
    Date: 12/07/1999  -  Collection: Committees  -  Sub Collection: HoR Committee Reports  
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  • The Strategy Newspaper 92 Neale Street Bendigo Vic. 3550 ˝ The Secretary Joint Select Committee on the Republic Referendum Parliament House Canberra ACT. Friday, July 2, 1999 ˝ Republic Referendum ˝ Dear The Secretary, Please receive our submission to the Joint Select Committee on the Republic Referendum. It is quite
    Date: 12/07/1999  -  Collection: Committees  -  Sub Collection: HoR Committee Reports  
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  • Australian Republican Movement Limited A.C.N. 054 557 505 Telephone +(61 -2) 267 8022 Facsimile +(61 -2) 9267 8155 PO Box A870 Sydney South NSW 1235 Australia Toll free 1.800.80.2000 Email Address: republic@ozemail.com.au Internet Home Page: http://www.republic.org.au 7 July, 1999 The Honourable Bob Charles MP Chairman Joint Select Committee on the
    Date: 12/07/1999  -  Collection: Committees  -  Sub Collection: HoR Committee Reports  
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  • 1 5 July, 1999 Ms Claressa Surtees Committee Secretary Joint Select Committee on the Republic Referendum House of Representatives Parliament House CANBERRA ACT 2600 Dear Ms Surtees, The Joint Select Committee on the Republic Referendum has asked for written submissions to address the specific provisions of the Constitutional Alteration (Establishment
    Date: 12/07/1999  -  Collection: Committees  -  Sub Collection: HoR Committee Reports  
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  • 1 APPENDIX 4 UNITED NATIONS RESOLUTIONS ON THE FORMER YUGOSLAVIA RESOLUTION 713 (1991) 25 September 1991 The Council fully supports the collective efforts for peace and dialogue in Yugoslavia, and decides that all States immediately implement a general and complete embargo on all deliveries of weapons and military equipment to
    Date: 08/07/1999  -  Collection: Committees  -  Sub Collection: HoR Committee Reports  
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  • 1 APPENDIX 5 SUMMARY OF THE DAYTON PEACE AGREEMENT * For the first time after four years of fighting in the former Yugoslavia, this agreement commits the parties to end the war and to start building peace with justice. It represents our best hope for ending the worst atrocities Europe
    Date: 08/07/1999  -  Collection: Committees  -  Sub Collection: HoR Committee Reports  
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  • 1 CHAPTER 1 ETHNIC CLEANSING AND THE PLIGHT OF REFUGEES The War in Outline 1.1 War broke out in the former Yugoslavia in 1991 as a result of rising nationalism exploited in the first instance by President Milosevic of Serbia and taken up with a vengeance by President Tudjman of
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  • 19 CHAPTER 2 THE ROLE OF THE UNITED NATIONS The UN Operation in the Former Yugoslavia 2.1 The United Nations Secretary-General, Mr Boutros Boutros-Ghali, in making an assessment of the operation in Bosnia in November 1995, stated that the world had got it 'upside down' in Bosnia. It sent UN
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  • xix FOREWORD On 23 August 1995, the Committee resolved as part of its examination of the Annual Report of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade for 1993-94 to consider Australia's response to the situation in the former Yugoslavia. At a time when the prospects for peace in the former
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  • 33 CHAPTER 3 THE PROVISION OF HUMANITARIAN AID Introduction 3.1 In Chapter 1, reference is made to the tragic human consequences of the conflict in the former Yugoslavia. The years of fighting have resulted in the displacement of vast numbers of refugees who have sought protection or humanitarian assistance, and
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  • 57 CHAPTER 4 PROSPECTS FOR PEACE The Peace Proposals 4.1 The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade reported to the Committee that up to 12 October 1995 there were some 35 attempts to halt the fighting, none of which lasted very long.1 The attempt to find a solution to the
    Date: 08/07/1999  -  Collection: Committees  -  Sub Collection: HoR Committee Reports  
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  • 20 Table 2.1: Contributions to UNPROFOR COUNTRY TROOPS MILITARY OBSERVERS CIVILIAN POLICE Argentina 862 7 23 Bangladesh 1,242 42 37 Belgium 878 6 0 Brazil 0 34 6 Canada 2,058 15 45 Colombia 0 0 12 Czech Republic 957 32 0 Denmark 1,223 15 45 Egypt 433 22 34 Estonia
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