There are three main issues that arise from this case. The first issues is whether the right of political expression is constitutionally protected, considering the provision of Article 19 of Universal Declaration of Human Rightswhich grants freedom to hold contrary opinion nad to express the opinions. This is because as a government employee, there is thin line between the extents to which one can express a political opinion about the government he/she is serving. The second issues is whether the employee breached any code of privacy for the government, considering that she is expected to keep government’s information private, and s. 13(11) of Public Service Act 1999 requires employees to uphold good reputation of the country, s. 13(11) and (7) of the same act requiring employees to be honest and act with integrity and should avoid conflict of interest respectively. The third issues is whether the employee should be dismissed considering that she is protected against victimisation by s. 340(1) of Fair Work Act 2009.