Political Conditions

July 2001
Australia Country Review;2001/2002, p12
Country Report
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Discusses the political conditions in Australia as of July 2001. Liberal Party/National Party coalition; Description of Australian government under the Prime Minister John Howard; Government's handling of the aborigines; Role played by Australia at the sixth summit of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation Forum.


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