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AustraliaFamily law inquiry 'not about picking sides'

04:31  18 september  2019
04:31  18 september  2019 Source:   9news.com.au

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PM dismisses criticism of new family law inquiry . Scott Morrison says the inquiry is not about " picking sides ". The prime minister confirmed Senator Hanson would co-chair the inquiry and shrugged off claims it was about keeping the One Nation leader on- side .

The Senate approves an inquiry into Australia's family law system , despite criticism from anti-violence campaigner Rosie Batty that appointing One Nation leader Pauline Hanson as a "Bipartisanship in this Parliament is about Government and Opposition, it's not about Government and One Nation."

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has dismissed criticism over the government's decision to launch a fresh inquiry into the family law system.

The parliamentary review will be headed by Liberal backbencher Kevin Andrews and co-chaired by One Nation leader Pauline Hanson, who has long lobbied for the inquiry.

The committee will investigate areas including court time frames and costs, custody arrangements and child support.

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Despite a 2017 parliamentary inquiry into the family law system and an Australian Law Reform Commission review which made 60 recommendations Mr Morrison stressed the inquiry wasn't about " picking sides ", describing custody issues as "very vexed" and requiring "the wisdom of Solomon".

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Family law inquiry 'not about picking sides' © Today Scott Morrison says the inquiry is not about

Men's rights groups have applauded the decision but it's been met with fierce criticism from anti-domestic and family violence campaigners.

Mr Morrison told Today this morning the inquiry wasn't about "picking sides".

"The system always needs to be improved," he said.

"To do that we need to listen carefully to those who have had to live with it.

"Family and relationship breakdown is one of the prime causes of suicide and other terrible things that happen in our community.

"When families break down, it breaks my heart but for that process to be made more difficult through the system, we need to make improvement."

The prime minister confirmed Senator Hanson would co-chair the inquiry and shrugged off claims it was about keeping the One Nation leader on-side.

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"This isn't about parties, it is not about politicians, it's about the people who are living with this system," Mr Morrison said.

"The people who work in this system, they do their best.

"They are dealing with one of the hardest issues to deal with and we want to help them and people in this situation as well."

Family law inquiry 'not about picking sides' © Today After years of lobbying, Pauline Hanson will co-chair the inquiry. Senator Hanson said the system's complexity and cost meant parents were being prevented from seeing their children.

"I want the people of Australia to have a say," she told Today.

"I have had that many come to my office, pull me up in the streets, they are devastated, destroyed by the whole family law system that they say is unfair, unworkable.

"It covers many areas about the cost of it, about child protection, child support, payments that they are making or not getting."

Senator Hanson said she would push for mandatory equal custody, unless a parent has a criminal record or a history of domestic violence.

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