The decline of the Federal Government

Stehr, Hagen
November 2011
Ausmarine;Nov2011, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p6
Trade Publication
The author lambasts the administration of Australia's Prime Minister Julia Gillard, claiming that the lack of a clear direction informing the government's socio-economic programs and the numerous embezzlement scandals involving several of its high-ranking leaders has led many voters to lose confidence in Gillard's authority. He particularly criticizes ministers Peter Garrett and Tony Burke for failing to implement sound policies that would benefit the Australian seafood industry.


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