CFMEU Ensuring Integrity Bill Campaign Urges Public to Vote No


CFMEU National Campaign Against Ensuring Integrity Bill

Our nationwide campaign against the passing of the Ensuring Integrity Bill has garnered significant public attention with thousands of workers signing to vote no against its passing in parliament.

The ‘Wanted: Integrity’ advertising campaign, covering social media, television, radio, billboards and street posters; shines the spotlight on the undemocratic nature of the bill which will directly impact millions of working Australians.

This all-encompassing campaign directed at ALL working Australian’s, including teachers, nurses, construction workers, ambulance officers and even journalists, urges crossbench Senators, Jacqui Lambie, Rex Patrick and Stirling Griff, to vote no against the Ensuring Integrity Bill.

The National Secretary of the Construction & General Division, Dave Noonan has expressed his reprimand over the bill and its attempt to silence union leaders, lower safety standards, clamp rights at work and cut wages:

“These laws are the most extreme in the Western World – only Brazil has similar laws that carry over from when they were a dictatorship.”

View the campaign here:

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