12 October 2018
Equal pay for equal work = “Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women” + “Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties 1969” +
High Court of Australia Case Law.
See how it’s done @ Part A and Part B – so simple!
12 SEPT 2020
Please sign the petition to United Nations - click C. above
TO DATE 2,450 PETITION CLICKS
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Alexandra Samootin has a petition at change.org - https://chn.ge/2Hpu2aa
The petition at change.org is addressed to the Petitions Team, Committee on the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women, Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, United Nations, Geneva, Switzerland.
Application of CEDAW at the domestic level
UNITED NATIONS HAS NOT PROCESSED SUBMISSIONS COMPLAINT
Alexandra had forwarded a COMPLAINTS SUBMISSIONS to the Petitions Team, Committee on the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW).
On 5.11.15 she received an acknowledgement of the Complaints Submission from the United Nations with the statement that it was being processed. Then there was no further response.
Alexandra is a victim of extreme “domestic violence”
What happened to Alexandra was that her marital property was stolen from her with the aid of her ex-husband and a dodgy solicitor. This marital property was then transferred to a third party named PJD.
St George Bank Limited was involved.
Alexandra was beaten up by PJD into the bargain. He got away with it. A judge dismissed the AVO. See http://www.rortinthecourts.com for further details, i.e. the police photographs of the bruises on Alexandra.
The judges involved in the case did not obey the law at all. They sex-discriminated against her – e.g. when Alexandra sought to redeem her marital property, the judge had asked her ex-husband if she could proceed with her claim. The ex-husband refused to give his consent and thus, as a result, Alexandra was bankrupted by the dodgy solicitor – so that she had NO legal standing in the Courts in relation to her marital property. Alexandra was a further victim of human rights abuse.
Alexandra was evicted out into the street from her marital home. There was no eviction order issued.
On application to the Court, Alexandra had sought to be reinstated into her marital home. The judge refused to reinstate her.
PJD sold Alexandra’s marital home; paid out his mortgage and subsumed the rest of the monies for the renovation and extension of the other home that had been purchased with her marital monies. This person was not an “official” bankruptcy trustee and acted illegally.
In the final stages of the proceedings in the Court of Appeal, Supreme Court of New South Wales, Australia, Alexandra had claimed that she was a subject of International Law named the “Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women” (CEDAW).
Alexandra then invoked CEDAW Article 4.1 + the “Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties 1969” Article 27 – “Internal law and observance of treaties – A party may not invoke the provisions of its internal law as justification for its failure to perform a treaty…”
Alexandra then stated her case. The effect from the judges was negative to the extreme.
More sex-discrimination and “human rights abuse” against Alexandra.
The matter then went before the High Court of Australia – this court had the jurisdiction to hear International Law matters – but ignored the application of the stated International Laws in totality.
It must be stated, that PJD was a very good friend of a now former well-known High Court judge.
Alexandra then submitted her COMPLAINT SUBMISSIONS to the Petitions Team, Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women”, High Commissioner for Human Rights, United Nations, Geneva; under the “Optional Protocol to the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women”.
Alexandra feels that she has been sex-discriminated again and had her human rights abused yet again by the “very” parties that promote human rights and female human rights and state that they are against sex-discrimination - THE UNITED NATIONS.
So hence Alexandra's Petition to the Petitions Team, Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW), United Nations, High Commissioner for Human Rights, Geneva – urging them to urgently process her COMPLAINTS SUBMISSIONS.
So, please sign the petition at https://chn.ge/2Hpu2aa
At the Petition site there are direct links to Google Drive where Alexandra has documents that can be viewed online relating to the said matter.
It is very important that you sign the Petition – the outcome of the findings, could mean that, we, “WOMEN OF AUSTRALIA” will be the global leaders in addressing the “Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women” at the domestic level in its pure totality. It could mean that we can utilise all other International Laws at the domestic level. A precedent!
Please note that the Women’s Electoral Lobby (WEL), Sydney, Australia, supports this petition. So please visit their site and become a member of such a well-known positive group of women who have a long-standing history of seeking changes for the betterment of women’s welfare.
Final Note: If you view this on the mobile, go to your desktop to view the other contents of this website, including videos and the process to follow when making an application under International Law for “equal pay for equal work”.