He pointed to the election last week in Bavaria, shaking the Chancellor Chancellor Angela Merkel's government in Germany, when the…
He pointed to the election last week in Bavaria, shaking the Chancellor Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government in Germany, when the electorate changed its faithfulness from its conservative allies to the progressive refugee green.
“The Australians are linked to politics as a whole, and it also reflects a broader trend in Western policy,” said Roggeveen, adding that “center-left and center-right parties were created in social and economic conditions that no longer exist”.  Australia’s opposition Labor Party, for example, had its roots in organized work, and “people do not join trade unions anymore,” says Roggeveen. From a conservative perspective, he said: “If the trade is no longer a threat, there is much less reason for liberals to gain support among that group. “
George Megalogenis, an author and political commentator, said that some sort of interrupt could help explain Morrison’s scattershot try to invite Wentworth’s foreign liberal voters during the weeks before the election.
Mr. Morrison was “throwing haymakers, hop Beware something will connect, “said Megalogenis. “You have to wonder what their instincts are if they are denied social socio-economic makeup. You can not explain it in any other way.”
As he tried to convince Wentworth voters to support David Sharma, the party’s candidate, promised Morrison state money to local surf clubs and also said he could consider moving the Australian embassy in Israel to Jerusalem from Tel Aviv, following President Trump’s leadership. It would have broken with decades of politics, and the proposal was drawn as an open bid for votes from Wentworth’s significant Jewish community.