November 28, 2012
Breaking News Reporter
The federal government says there has been an overwhelming response to its call for feedback about the arrangements for the royal commission on child abuse.
Attorney-General Nicola Roxon and Families Minister Jenny Macklin said on Wednesday that more than 720 individuals and organisations had been in contact about the terms of reference.
The government released a consultation paper on the term of references a week ago, calling for feedback by close of business on Monday this week, as it pushes to get the royal commission up and running by early next year.
There have been 165 formal written submissions and 555 comments by email.
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