As of 5pm tomorrow afternoon, Victoria’s longest-serving Labor Premier, Daniel Andrews, will be gone. He has announced his intention to resign on Wednesday and says that ‘his legacy is for others to judge’.
And judge they will. Harshly.
The Victorian state has been left in extraordinary debt, saddled with an international reputation for tyranny, cruelty, corruption, and secretive deals with communist powers – all of which have led to Victoria’s nickname ‘Danistan’.
Labor’s long reign under the guidance of Daniel Andrews has been a dark time for Victorians who were promised a progressive Utopia
‘When it is time, it is time,’ said Daniel Andrews...
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