A party in turmoil

Ao, Hagen Stehr
October 2011
Ausmarine;Oct2011, Vol. 33 Issue 12, p6
Trade Publication
The article discusses the latest political developments in Australia as of October 2011. He cites the increasing pressure being confronted by incumbent prime minister Julia Gillard from the opposition party and within her own Australian Labor Party to introduce reform to a system that is already considered as obsolete. He discusses the need for the government to consult the various industries before introducing policies of national importance.


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