Conservative Party leader Cory Bernardi has been proven right again after Nepal's Ambassador to Australia, Lucky Sherpa, handed her resignation to the country’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs after allegations made by her former driver in Canberra of "human trafficking".
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Senator Bernardi has long called for reform of our visa system after numerous reports of it being rorted overseas.
In December 2018, Ms Sherpa was recalled to Kathmandu by the Nepali government to provide an explanation after her former driver Wongchhu Sherpa made the allegations in an interview with a TV program in Nepal.
Wongchhu Sherpa alleged that he acted as a middle man for the ambassador, taking payments from people wanting to come to Australia in return for visas.
The Nepalese government formed a committee to investigate into the matter. Findings of that committee have not been revealed yet.
Lucky Sherpa began her diplomatic career in Australia in June 2017. She's not so lucky now.
Senator Bernardi has told Andrew Bolt on Sky News on top of the cut to immigration numbers wholesale reforms also need to be made to Australia’s rorted visa system.
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