State response to Commission child sexual abuse inquiry 'could fall short'

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Updated August 30 2023 - 9:44am, first published 7:00am
The institutional child sexual abuse inquiry will provide its closing statements on August 30. Pictured is Commission of Inquiry president Marcia Neave (middle) with commissioners Robert Benjamin AM SC and Leah Bromfield. Credit: Maren Preuss/ABC News
The institutional child sexual abuse inquiry will provide its closing statements on August 30. Pictured is Commission of Inquiry president Marcia Neave (middle) with commissioners Robert Benjamin AM SC and Leah Bromfield. Credit: Maren Preuss/ABC News

Tasmanian victim-survivors of institutional child sexual abuse feel they are being kept in the dark as they wait for the Commission of Inquiry to deliver its final report ahead of the formal closing of the inquiry this week.

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