Demand a Senate Inquiry on the real costs of the rebranded TPP

The 11 remaining countries involved in the Trans-Pacific Partnership have agreed on a new text and new name to revive this failed agreement, but it is still a bad deal. They agreed in Tokyo on January 23, 2018, to rename the deal and to suspend some of its most controversial clauses, pending the possible US return to the agreement. The aim is to sign it on March 8, in Chile. Only then will the text be made public and reviewed by a parliamentary committee on which the government has a majority. We want  the opposition parties and independents to demand a Senate Inquiry and independent  assessment of the real costs of the deal. 

Send a message to demand a Senate Inquiry that can assess the real costs of the rebranded TPP!