Australia National Cabinet to replace Council of Australian Governments
NRL 2020: Peter V'landy's plans to reintroduce crowds 'belong in the sin bin' according to Australian Medical Association
“Put bluntly, this absurd and dangerous idea belongs in the sin bin, the NRL should be satisfied that it has its competition back in action, but it is unfair and unwise to put the health of the game’s fans at risk. They must first monitor the health and safety of the players and officials who will be involved in the thick of the on-field action.“Australians have done exceptionally well in flattening the COVID-19 curve, and we are not too far away from relaxing more restrictions.“Now is not the time for sporting codes to be considering having crowds at games.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced the National Cabinet, which was created to mount a more effective response against the coronavirus, will replace the old Council of Australian Governments (COAG).
He said the National Cabinet would be driven by a "singular agenda" which would be to "create more jobs".
Leaders will meet each fortnight going forward and will eventually transition to monthly meetings once the pandemic is over.
State leaders remain at odds over whether to reopen borders, but Scott Morrison says that won't be a barrier to a Trans-Tasman travel bubble.
Armies of the Sahel: accusations of abuses multiply, meeting at the UN .
© Souleymane Ag Anara An armored vehicle of the UN mission in Mali in the Menaka region on March 14, 2020 Forced disappearances, summary executions ... The accusations of atrocities on the local populations are increasing against the soldiers of Mali, Burkina Faso and Niger engaged against the jihadists in the central Sahel, and will be on the agenda of the UN Security Council on Friday.