World Greens call for fast admission of endangered Russians
Greens leader Adam Bandt speaks to AFP over Lidia Thorpe's undisclosed relationship with ex-bikie
The federal Greens leader meets with police to discuss Senator Lidia Thorpe's undisclosed relationship with a former outlaw motorcycle gang boss, as a department review continues into complaints the senator was often absent from work and uncontactable by her staff.Senator Thorpe admitted last month that she briefly dated the ex-head of the Rebels outlaw motorcycle gang in Victoria, Dean Martin, while also serving on parliament's law enforcement committee.
Around two months after the start of sub -mobilization in Russia, the Greens have requested concrete steps to accommodate endangered Russians in Germany. Federal Interior Minister Nancy Faeser (SPD) and Federal Minister of Justicehave promised that Russians who opposed their President in Germany and could find protection in Germany said the Green Group Vice Konstantin von noz Weekend to the Portal Merkur.de from Ippen Media. "These words have to follow concrete steps."
Germany must also make its share that Russian opposition, conscientious objectors and deserters in European countries, in order to protect them from being maintained in an impact on international law said von Notz. The situation in the country is threatening for those affected, the borders to EU neighboring binders are often closed.
‘Twas a black night for the Victorian Libs, and a very ordinary night for independents
Matthew Guy has lost two elections to Dan Andrews, joining a pretty exclusive club of two-time losers. But independents were losers too.Even fewer opposition leaders get a third go, although Lawrence Springborg notched up three losses as leader of the Nationals in Queensland, and the Liberals’ Jeff Kennett finally had a win in Victoria on his third attempt in 1992.
The Russian President Vladimir Putin had ordered partial mobilization on September 21, almost seven months after the war against Ukraine.
One Nation leader Pauline Hanson slams Greens over proposal to lower voting age .
Pauline Hanson has expressed her vehement opposition to a proposal by the Greens to lower the voting age to 16, claiming it is pure 'manipulation'.The One Nation leader slammed the progressive minor party during her appearance on Sky News' political commentary program Paul Murray Live on Monday night.