Prime Minister Julia Gillard & Western Australia

Julia Eileen Gillard (born 29 September 1961) is the 27th and current Prime Minister of Australia and the Leader of the Australian Labor Party since 24 June 2010. She is the first woman to hold either office. Western Australia (commonly abbreviated as WA) is a state of Australia, occupying the entire western third of the Australian continent. 4.0/5

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One of our mates Lucy, posted a very useful resource for those wanting to respond to the issue of children in detention. No decency in detaining innocent children In July 2010, Prime Minister Julia Gillard said Australia’s basic decency did not accept the idea of punishing women and children asylum seekers by locking them up. Latest figures show there are 1062 children in closed detention facilities. Now, the Australian Government is sending children to immigration detention facilities in Wickham Point near Darwin. There are also plans to send more to the remote Curtin facility in Western Australia. In 2008, the Government declared that detention should be used only as a last resort and for the shortest practicable time. Two years later, the Federal Government said it would remove most children out of immigration detention facilities and into the community. The number of children in detention is at an all-time high. A detention facility is no place for a child, let alone a vulnerable child whose life ex ...
State WA Labor have banned Gillard from visiting during their election campaign with voting day on March 9. Meanwhile Tony Abbott helped launch the Libs election campaign. 'Mr Abbott heaped praise on the Premier, whom he described as a friend and a person he modelled himself on, especially after the 2007 federal election. "We were out of power (in 2007) in every state...some wondered whether our party had a future," he said. "Then along came Colin Barnett and one by one the bad government's started to fall...there is one bad government yet to go. "That's the big one in Canberra which must fall if our country is one more to flourish. "I want to thank Colin for the beacon of hope that he has been to the Liberals right around our country." Mr Abbott also threw down a challenge to Prime Minister Julia Gillard to visit WA in the lead up to the election. "I do challenge the Prime Minister - come west, Prime Minister, come west. Don't be shy of coming to Western Australia,'' he said. "Justify the carbon tax. Jus ...
Prime Minister Julia Gillard has ramped up pressure on the Queensland and Western Australia state Liberal governments to sign up to a National Disability Insurance Scheme.
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