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Families are furious at Prime Minister Tony Abbott over his response to a series of suicides this week by Australians, including the recent deaths of brothers Nick and James Harrison in Melbourne’s CBD.
‚If anything, you need to start asking tough questions if you’re not doing the work of protecting children,‘ Ms Gillard told a media conference on Tuesday. ‚I think the answer is: why did you let it happen in Australia?‘
Prime Minister Tony Abbott told reporters: ‚If anyone has any concerns they should speak to my deputy leader John Alexander‘.
Ms Gillard’s comments come after Mr Abbott issued a statement saying he was shocked and upset over the suicides of the Harrison brothers and others.
‚I know that every parent in the world has their children in their arms… when children lose their lives, they never feel able to live with their death,‘ he said.
Ms Gillard says she would like Tony Abbott to speak with his deputy for an hour to discuss how the PM should have reacted after news of t바카라 3 만 쿠폰he deaths, but he would not make it public.
‚I believe the death of children should not go unnoticed. We should always seek to make sure that children are safe in schools and on buses and we are going to keep doing that,‘ she said.
‚He is not, I suspect, prepared to discuss it with me, but he would be interested in talking to this deputy leader.‘
She then asked the Opposition Leader if he’d meet Mr Abbott for an hour to discuss how to address the issue.
The Prime Minister’s Department issued a statement to ABC radio on Wednesday afternoon denying Mr Abbott’s claim that the comment was an isolated event: ‚In fact it’s not. It’s just a reminder that when young people have their own children, the governmen강원 랜드 카지노 비법t can do all it can.
‚For over two years, children of the last two governments have been offered the opportunity to take part in voluntary service. It is a welcome policy and it has delivered huge마이다스 카지노 영상 benefits for children of every age.‘