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‘Bullies are forgiven, rewarded, reinstated’: The toxic pattern in Australian politics

Branch stacking, bullying and harassment, sexual or otherwise, are endemic to our political parties.

These tools don’t have a particular religion, faction or ideology but are used indiscriminately to hold power.

  • Jenna Price
  • The Sydney Morning Herald

If we get lucky, the wielders of those tools are caught.

On Sunday night, the Herald and 60 Minutes revealed Victorian factional powerbroker Adem Somyurek handed over thousands of dollars in secret cash drop-offs and…

On Monday, Somyurek was sacked from state cabinet and allegations against him referred to police and Victoria’s anti…

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