AnswerMeNow1 sits down with the Shadow Minister for Foreign Affairs

Today, I spoke with the freshman MP for Whanganui and Shadow Minister for Foreign Affairs, LeChevalierMal-Fait. AnswerMeNow1 (A)- Recently, the house passed the non-binding ‘Motion to Join the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for a Trans-Pacific Partnership’, which the government has not acted on. You’ve since introduced another motion urging the government to take action. If it passes, are you expecting the government to say something … Continue reading AnswerMeNow1 sits down with the Shadow Minister for Foreign Affairs

AnswerMeNow1 speaks with Sir Fresh3001 about the government and the Kiwi Party

Today, I spoke with Sir Fresh3001, MP for East Cape and Shadow Minister for Housing, about a variety of issues facing New Zealand and about the government of the day. AnswerMeNow1 (A): Now, recently the Greens withdrew a bill to amend the carbon tax- a private members’ bill that had resulted in division amidst the government. Why do you think they had done this, especially … Continue reading AnswerMeNow1 speaks with Sir Fresh3001 about the government and the Kiwi Party

Fact Check: Is Australia’s PM racist towards Asians?

Recently, there have been many claims, spearheaded by Whig party leader Plupsnup, that the newly appointed Prime Minister of Australia, PM-ME-SPRINKLES, is racist against Asians. On 10 June 2019, the day PM-ME-SPRINKLES took office, Plupsnup tweeted the following- The new PM is a racist against Asians “because they are taking jobs back to China” Plupsnup This came with no verification and a fairly obvious typo … Continue reading Fact Check: Is Australia’s PM racist towards Asians?

Government disunity over amending carbon tax

The proposal of an amended carbon tax has been a particularly controversial one within this government. (In the interest of full disclosure, I voted in favour of such a tax but am writing from a neutral perspective) A private member’s bill written by imnofox and drawn from the biscuit tin has divided both the government and the opposition. The Greens were united in their support … Continue reading Government disunity over amending carbon tax

Government seizes primary vote lead in Sydney, Moncrieff polls

Recent opinion polls conducted for two Australian by-elections have shown that the Socialist Party, the senior party of government in Australia, has taken a lead in opinion polling for the seats of Sydney and Moncrieff in Australia. In Sydney, Socialist candidate Horror-HQ is on 41.3% in this safe-Liberal seat. The Liberal candidate, JohnVolser, is hemorrhaging votes to both the Socialists and Whig party leader, Plupsnup. … Continue reading Government seizes primary vote lead in Sydney, Moncrieff polls

South African election campaigning kicks off

South Africa’s election campaign began today, following the announcement that due to a low candidate number, not only would the upper house be abolished, but the lower house would be massively truncated, going from 490 seats to 10. with seats being divided via a closed list system with no provinces. We found out just how low today. A total of 16 candidates are running for … Continue reading South African election campaigning kicks off

Campaign for Australian by-elections in full swing

After the expulsion of two Liberal opposition MPs from the Australian Parliament, two by-elections have been triggered- one in the seat of Sydney, which covers much of the urban area of Sydney, and in the Gold Coast-based seat of Moncrieff. These by-elections already looked to be hardly-fought- if the government won these seats, they could seize an absolute majority in the lower house- truly a … Continue reading Campaign for Australian by-elections in full swing