The fight for the future of Australia’s Labor party has begun after it lost what was considered up until the final days of the campaign to be an unloseable election, in a result that Labor MPs said was “devastating”.
Anyone who thinks electoral reform is great way to improve Canada should take a moment to digest the results of Australia’s latest government train wreck.
The election was meant to end a period of political turmoil in which Australia which has had four prime ministers in three years.
The attack occurred at the Australian Islamic College mosque at Thornlie, south-east of Perth, at about 8pm on Tuesday night.
Protesters were drenched in pepper spray during ugly clashes between anti-racism and anti-immigration groups holding counter rallies in Coburg in Melbourne’s north.
Speaking on Australian radio, Immigration Minister Peter Dutton said he was opposed to resettling more unskilled migrants.
Australian police have used pepper spray to break up clashes between two rival groups battling over race and immigration in Melbourne.
While Australia invokes measures to protect their citizenship from terror attacks, PM Justin Trudeau has reinstated Canadian citizenship for convicted terrorists.
“The Australian Government has said that we want to be a financial services hub for this part of the world and, as such, developing a competitive sharia-compliant product offer is important to us,” says chief executive of CPA Australia.
A violent brawl erupted outside the community event at the Melbourne Showgrounds on Sunday when a small group of anti-Islam protesters clashed with anti-racism activists, leaving one man bleeding from a head wound.