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AustraliaAlbanese 'making Shorten look good': Dutton

03:00  12 july  2019
03:00  12 july  2019 Source:   9news.com.au

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"You are making Bill Shorten look good I'm sorry to say." Both Mr Dutton and Mr Albanese have poured cold water on the suggestions that a third chamber be introduced to parliament for indigenous Australians.

Journalist Rebecca Weisser says “ Albanese ’s great achievement so far has been to make Bill Shorten look good ”.

Albanese 'making Shorten look good': Dutton© Nine Peter Dutton and Anthony Albanese had a tense exchange on Today. Anthony Albanese has been outfoxed by union boss John Setka, Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton has said in a fiery exchange on Today.

The Opposition Leader has moved to boot the CFMEU secretary out of the Labor Party.

But facing an injunction from the Supreme Court, Mr Setka's expulsion from the party has been put on hold.

Mr Albanese told Today’s Tom Steinfort he had not "shelved anything".

"There will be a national executive meeting. It will expel John Setka," he said.

"When something is before the courts just like when people take Peter Dutton to the courts, you have to respect the legal processes."

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Albanese 'making Shorten look good': Dutton© AAP John Setka is resisting efforts to boot him out of the Labor Party. But Mr Dutton hit back.

"It is interesting that this kama sutra model of leadership Albo has adopted," Mr Dutton said.

"The fact is he has been outfoxed by John Setka."

Mr Albanese insisted Mr Setka had been suspended from the party.

"Mate, you have boxed yourself into the corner," Mr Dutton said.

"You are making Bill Shorten look good I'm sorry to say."

Press freedom

It is an embarrassment that nobody in the Coalition is standing up for press freedom, Mr Albanese also said.

The opposition leader was responding to criticism from noted English human rights lawyer Amal Clooney after AFP raids targeting journalists last month.

Albanese 'making Shorten look good': Dutton© AAP Amal Clooney has criticised the police raids on Australian media outlets and journalists.

"(Press freedom) is an essential component of our democracy," Mr Albanese said.

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Shorten failed in his bid to install an alternative successor to his long-time rival Anthony Albanese For all the public insistence that he led a united Labor team, Shorten has long believed Albanese “There were good reasons to run. But in the end I couldn’t be assured of winning, and if I did win the

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"The problem here is, Marise Payne the Foreign Minister went overseas to this conference about press freedom but no-one here in the government is standing up for media freedom and it is an embarrassment to our country."

"The raid on the ABC got coverage globally and it was very bad for us."

Mr Dutton said Mr Albanese's comments were "completely wrong", pointing out an inquiry has been announced into the raids.

Albanese 'making Shorten look good': Dutton© AAP The AFP raided the ABC headquarters in response to a story published in 2017.

"Nobody is above the law and the police have a job to do under the law," he said.

"To suggest there is a parallel between us and North Korea is a joke."

Indigenous recognition referendum

Both Mr Dutton and Mr Albanese have poured cold water on the suggestions that a third chamber be introduced to parliament for indigenous Australians.

Mr Dutton said the government was not in favour of a "third chamber".

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"[Mr Shorten ] of course made such an impact on Australians with his work on the National Disability Insurance Scheme," Mr Albanese said. Following the announcement, Federal Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton said his new Labor counterpart was the least qualified person from her party for the job.

Albanese ’s popularity is not confined to his electorate, and it is a source of lingering pressure for Opposition “Oh look , politicians have egos,” he says, sipping on a vanilla milkshake, a somewhat surprising choice of Opposition Leader Bill Shorten and Anthony Albanese during question time.

Albanese 'making Shorten look good': Dutton© AAP Indigenous Affairs Minister Ken Wyatt is leading the process ahead of a potential referendum.

"It is great Ken Wyatt is the first indigenous affairs Minister. He has a process underway. Let him conduct the consultation," he said.

"Then we will make an announcement about the next step."

Mr Albanese said there was "no suggestion of a third chamber".

"This is spin in order to argue against the 'Uluru Statement from the heart'," he said.

"What it simply said was that there is a need for an indigenous voice to parliament."

Mr Albanese said he wished Mr Wyatt well.

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