Invasion of Iraq Royal Commission (Restoring Public Trust in Government) Bill 2004 [No. 2]

Type
Private
Sponsor
BROWN, Sen Bob;NETTLE, Kerry 
Originating house
Senate 
Status
Not Proceeding 
Parliament no
40
Summary
Provides for the appointment of a royal commission of inquiry to investigate the accuracy, independence and use of intelligence information provided to the Commonwealth Government that contributed to its decision to commit Australian military forces to the war against Iraq. 

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03 Mar 2004Introduced and read a first time
03 Mar 2004Second reading moved
16 Nov 2004Lapsed at end of Parliament

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