Political expediency rules: Bernardi

September 20, 2018

Conservative Party leader Cory Bernardi says the federal government has lost the confidence and the faith of the people of Australia.

With its patent inability to tackle the important issues, it is obvious that Royal Commissions are needed when intractable issues appear insoluble. 

Senator Bernardi has told Peta Credlin on Sky News, as has been so clearly demonstrated in recent weeks, political expediency and political careers rule in Canberra and that needs to change.

Picture: Former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull with his successor Scott Morrison who hugged Mr Turnbull and said, "This is my leader and I'm ambitious for him", just hours before he took his job.

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