Government & Politics

Australia new government

Government & Politics

Posted by: anetzz

1st Jun 2022 01:28pm

How they have been handling things so far ? Positive or negative and has it swung your vote

Comments 3

Bazz
  • 27th Oct 2022 07:32pm

There's a lot that can be said, but I'll give them time. One issue is that the PM, in opposition, used to be in the parliamentary group to Bring Assange Home and was very vocal on it, until becoming PM. Banking reform since the hugely successful & fairly thorough 2018 Royal Commission? Nah! Let's just go soft on the banks. Republic? Maybe after three or four years later even though King Charles actually wants us to be a republic! The adults are back in charge? We'll see.

Con D. Oriano
  • 14th Jul 2022 08:26pm

They impressed right off the bat by going straight to Japan for the Quad meeting, heading to the Solomon islands to bet back into their good books.

Still waiting for a proper federal ICAC and a decent amount of the liberal corrupt swine to be prosecuted.

The large number of independents was also impressive. I hope even more independents get elected in 3 years. I also hope they will also come from the working class, stepping up to enter the world of politics because there are too many self-serving liars in the profession.

I hope Labor is able to make peace and show leadership and influence project soft power into the Asia Pacific region, to help reduce the chance of a conflict with China.

anetzz
  • 15th Jul 2022 05:41pm
They impressed right off the bat by going straight to Japan for the Quad meeting, heading to the Solomon islands to bet back into their good books.

Still waiting for a proper federal ICAC...

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