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It’s Friday, and you don’t know it, in Canberra a flurry of activity. First, the federal part of the Liberal Party took an extraordinary step in the NSW branch for non-compliance with the pre-selection rules. This paves the way for three incumbent lawmakers – Alex Hawke, Susan Leigh and Trent Zimmerman – to avoid campaigning for the upcoming federal election. By 5 p.m. Tuesday, a committee consisting of Prime Minister Scott Morrison, New South Wales Prime Minister Dominique Perotte and Liberal Federal President Christine McDowen will have direct control over the approval of candidates without re-selection. Here is a handy little tool that can help you about the three MPs mentioned above. For example, this shows that Ms Leigh has never voted against a majority of her party since February 2006, and Mr Hawke has only voted once since 2007. Mr Zimmerman is quite a rebel and has voted against most of his party five times since entering parliament in December. 2015. Also today, an independent investigation into allegations of abuse against high-ranking coalition leader Alan Taj was uncovered, which found that there was “insufficient evidence” in support of the former employee’s explosive statements. But the chief investigator acknowledged the former officer’s decision not to participate in the limited evidence available. At the other end of the world, a training building near Europe’s largest nuclear power plant was set on fire by Russian missiles. Now the fire is extinguished. U.S. Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm (of course) said there were no signs of elevated radiation levels at the Zaporozhye station, which provides more than 20 percent of Ukraine’s total electricity. There were new reports of civilian casualties and devastating damage, even as Moscow agreed to Ukraine’s request for humanitarian corridors to allow frightened residents to flee. Speaking Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelensky directly said: “Europeans, wake up. Tell your politicians – Russian troops are shooting at nuclear power plants in Ukraine. ” And if you feel anxious, terrified or just tired of EVERYTHING, know that you are not alone. Indeed, ACM writer John Hanscombe could just talk to you – and only you – when he wrote this. Or it could be all of us. “Last week was serious. There were times when I had to disconnect, turn away from the news, distract myself from the usual hard days, which in these times of uncertainty have become a scaffold of normalcy. Washing, ironing, vacuuming offers shelter from a world mad “And with that, I’m going to look for Hoover – back on Monday. Do you know that you can receive this daily digest by e-mail? Subscribe HERE NEWS, YOU NEED TO KNOW:

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