Legal challenge filed against Dr. Kerry Chant and Brad Hazzard on Mandatory Covid Shots for Frontline Workers – As Lawyers Claim Demand ‘Deprives Citizens of Their Basic Human Rights’
- Sydney’s lawyer Tony Nikolic has filed a lawsuit in the NSW Supreme Court
- Challenging NSW Health Officials Mandatory Vaccination for Frontline Workers
- Law firm Ashley, Francina, Leonard and Associates says the warrants are illegal
- As well as the additional powers granted to the NSW Police Force to enforce health regulations
A legal challenge to the mandatory Covid-19 vaccine requirements for some NSW workers has been filed with the state’s highest court as virus infections continue to rise by more than a thousand cases a day.
Sydney’s lawyer Tony Nikolic on Wednesday filed charges against Health Minister Brad Hazzard and Chief Health Officer Dr. Kerry Chant to the NSW Supreme Court, and the case will be heard for the first time on Friday.
Law firm Ashley, Francina, Leonard and Associates argues that the public health regulations requiring “a broad class of workers” to be vaccinated are illegal and unconstitutional, as are the additional powers granted to police to enforce public health regulations. .
The law firm claims to have received thousands of questions from frontline workers opposing the new public health orders (photo, NSW police surrounding a protester in Sydney)
“We’ve received thousands of inquiries from frontline workers – police, paramedics, nurses, aged care (staff), doctors, firefighters – construction workers, teachers, airline workers, miners, truck drivers, college students, mums and dads and, most importantly, employers,” a spokesperson said in a statement. declaration.
“We believe that vaccine coercion deprives citizens of their basic human rights, including their right to work, their right to physical integrity and their right to informed consent to medical treatment without coercion.”
The lawsuit will demand a declaration that the NSW public health orders are invalid and a ban on further orders from Mr Hazzard and Dr Chant.
“No one is above the law, not even ministers and public health officials.”
dr. Chant and Mr. Hazzard have requested a response.
Nikolic has advertised for plaintiffs to join the lawsuit on the company’s website and on the social media network Telegram, the platform used to organize and fuel anti-lockdown protests across the country.
The lawsuit will prohibit Mr Hazzard and Dr Chant from issuing further injunctions as their current laws are invalid (photo, police preparing for Sydney’s ‘Freedom Rally’ on Aug. 21)
The challenge claims the public health orders executed by Mr Hazzard (pictured) and Dr Chant are illegal
Public health regulations require mandatory vaccination for frontline workers (pictured, Dr Chant addressed the media on Tuesday)
In a Telegram post on Saturday, Nikolic praised politicians such as Craig Kelly, Reverend Fred Nile and Pauline Hanson for their opposition to mandatory vaccinations and lockdowns.
“You are born free, free to choose, free from arbitrary detention, freedom from bodily integrity – don’t give it away for free,” he said.
“Don’t be bullied.”
Sydney’s lawyer Tony Nikolic (pictured) has filed a lawsuit against Health Minister Brad Hazzard and Chief Health Officer Dr. Kerry Chant.