Australia's foreign minister quits after leadership change


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Ozzie politics getting worse than Japanese 'revolving door' politics???

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Not surprising. Wasn't she a leadership vote competitor? Lots of sour grapes in politics.

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She's quit because she was a small 'l' liberal who supported the outgoing leader, she's 62 and will never become Prime Minister, and the writing is on the wall for her party in the next election - almost certain defeat, followed by 3-6 years in opposition.

And Australian politics is way, way worse than any revolving door that Japanese politicians might have to walk through.

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Sad to see Julie Bishop leaving the Foreign Minister post. She is one of best foreign Ministers of Australia. I hope she will stay in backbench and reelection for next election.

I wasn't happy with her involvement in Malcolm Turnbull and his faceless man's conspiracy in robbing the PM Office from former Prime Minister Tony Abbott. Malcolm Turnbull got his bad Karma and they are even now.

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