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Have resigned my Victorian public service role as economist

I worked in the Department of Treasury and Finance as a professional economist for 15 years, but the constraints on free speech as public servant were preventing me from expressing my opposition to the police state we now have in Victoria. To protest, I resigned on 9 September 2020. The resignation was accepted and fully processed on 10 September 2020.


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Sanjeev Sabhlok

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4 thoughts on “Have resigned my Victorian public service role as economist
  1. Grumpy

    You have courage, honour and integrity to do what you have done. We tip our hats to your sir.

    I have been waiting since the beginning of this manufactured crisis for one, (at least just one), intelligent and brave professional to speak up and call this out this mess.

    It looks like it is going to be you, Sanjeev.

  2. Kasia

    I applaud you for standing behind your beliefs and integrity. We need more people like you!! You are strong and to be congratulated. This is such a hard decision but one that gives you freedom and peace of mind. Money is not the highest value!!!

  3. Diane Toombs

    Mr Sanjeev Sabhlok

    This is the first time I have heard of you and read about your truthful views of this ‘pandemic’. I am grateful that you have resigned and are free to speak to the public about this. People will listen to you as you have a proven record and are an educated man. There would be many others in Australia and abroad who would hold the same views but their voice would not be heard ‘cos they would be viewed as ‘conspiracy theorists’
    Thank you for speaking out…please do not let ‘them’ silence you
    God will give you the courage to continue to speak….

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