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Flat White

Albanese: ‘shadow politics’ and the WHO’s Pandemic Treaty

19 January 2023

4:00 AM

19 January 2023

4:00 AM

The old adage, ‘what you don’t know can’t hurt you’ does not apply to politics. What political leaders do in the shadows, beyond the view of the press gallery, can (and does) cause grievous harm to the Australian people.

Prime Minister Albanese has two referendums on the cards, both being held at great expense to the taxpayer during a time of economic hardship.

‘Lacking detail’ is one of the many criticisms levelled at Labor, particularly as government ministers keep getting caught out with no idea what, for example, The Voice to Parliament is going to entail.

Absent detail is what leads to unintended...

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