LIBERAL SENATOR RAISES CONCERNS FEDERAL JOBS FOR INJURED MILITARY PERSONNEL GOING TO SENIOR STAFF

Senator Percy Downe said he has received complaints from military members that injured lower ranked personnel are being passed over for federal positions in favour of officers

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