Australia

The TPP agenda is being driven by big business, big pharmaceuticals and big tobacco
Right now government officials from around the world are meeting in Hawai in what could be the last round of negotiations of the controversial Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement. 
 
The leaked sections we've seen already have millions of citizens around the world worried, and the vast majority of it is still secret; not just to the public, but even to our own Parliamentarians. How's this for starters: any country who signs up for the TPP, it will give foreign corporations the power to sue the there Government for decisions they claim might impact their future investments in their country of orign. 
The union movement warned the Government of Prime Minister Tony Abbott that it was on borrowed time
Australia’s trade unions sent a thundering message of dissent against the national conservative Coalition Government’s anti-worker agenda on March 4 when over 100,000 people loudly marched through streets across the nation.
The union movement warned the Government of Prime Minister Tony Abbott that it was on borrowed time.