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Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Australian Iraq War Inquiry Call Gathers Momentum

Campaign for Iraq war inquiry gathers momentum
28 November 2012 - A campaign calling for an inquiry into why Australia went to war in Iraq is gaining momentum.

The so-called Iraq War Inquiry Group is now an incorporated body, which will allow it to start appealing for donations and register federally with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).

The group, which includes former generals, diplomats, academics and senior public servants, says Victoria's company registration laws were the most accommodating for the group's registration.

According to its website, the new organisation includes members such as former Defence Intelligence Organisation (DIO) technology director Rod Barton, former ADF chief general Peter Gration, and former chief of Army and West Australian governor John Sanderson. read more>>>


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