RFI: Mistrust of On-line Information on Background Briefing
Mon, 17 Aug 1998 08:53:34 +1000
Bill D'Arcy wrote:
> Tomas wrote:
> >In particular will DOCA be able to
> >continue put on-line Senator Alston's media releases attacking the
> >opposition, after an election is called?
> I notice that John Faulkiner is whinging about the government using public
> servants to sell the tax "reform" package. His gripe would have had some
> credibility if he (and Kate Lundy) had raised the issue of DOCA publishing
> Alston's often highly personalised attacks on political opponents.
Has anyone had a look at http://www.taxreform.gov.au yet? It's included
in the full-page ads splashed all over the papers, and I'll bet that's
comparable, if not worse, that the DOCA cases in terms of party
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