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Australian PM calls senator’s questioning of Chinese language-Australians at inquiry ‘regular practices’ after they’re requested to sentence Beijing-Autopresse.eu

Australian PM calls senator’s questioning of Chinese language-Australians at inquiry ‘regular practices’ after they’re requested to sentence Beijing-Autopresse.eu

Australian PM calls senator’s questioning of Chinese language-Australians at inquiry ‘regular practices’ after they’re requested to sentence Beijing

2020-10-16 21:00:11

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s refusal to straight condemn a senator’s demand for 3 Chinese language-Australians to denounce Beijing has drawn criticism amid mounting public anger in Asian-Australian communities over the incident, with the opposition on Friday saying an apology was needed.

Morrision on Friday described Senator Eric Abetz’s line of questioning of Australians Osmond Chiu, Wesa Chau and Jiang Yun at a Overseas Affairs, Defence and Commerce public inquiry earlier within the week…

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