To: Governor General of Australia, Peter Cosgrove
Governor General of Australia, do not allow a double Dissolution Election.
Dear Mr Cosgrove.
I request that you do not order parliamentarians back to the senate to debate and vote on Australian Building and Construction Commission as this is a totally unfair situation to put one sector of workers in industry under the scrutination of the general public at large. These laws do not apply to all Australians and the balance of fairness is unfairly weighted against the industries workers. No other industry has the same level of judgement made available to them and I see this as an undemocratic situation, where there are already laws and mechanisms to deal with industrial disputes.
This is an unfair and an over reach by the Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull amd in the view to fairness, I ask you the Governor General of the nation to recognize the approach of the Prime Minister to be out of your jurisdiction as there are already mechanisms to manage workplace issues.
Why is this important?
It is important for the Governor General to show an unbiassed view on the duties they are called to perform. If the Governor General decides to allow an unfair issue that has failed to pass through the senate, so to the Governor General display their unbiassed position and show that we already have mechanisms in place that all of workers in all other industries are privelaged to have access to.
It is my fear, that as a Governor General, you must maintain the faith of the people by showing your views to what is fair and just. To allow a Double Dissallution Ellection to commence, especially after the recent changes to the senate election process, will probably destroy the people faith in our political system.