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Australian government called out for ‘siding with terrorists’ in UN vote

Liberal MPs condemn Labor’s decision to support Palestine’s UN status upgrade in a move that has ignited controversy.

By Rebel News

Two Liberal MPs have slammed the Labor government’s decision for Australia to back Palestine’s bid for an upgraded status at the United Nations.

Liberal Senator Dave Sharma vowed to scrutinise Labor’s choice, questioning the rationale behind supporting Palestine’s move to be recognised as eligible for UN membership.

Australia joined 142 other nations in voting in favour of the motion, while nine countries, including the United States and Israel, opposed it. Another 25 countries, including the United Kingdom and Ukraine, abstained from voting.

Foreign Minister Penny Wong claimed that the motion aimed to enhance the “observer status” of the Palestinian mission, not grant it full membership or voting rights in the General Assembly. She said the resolution’s alignment with the two-state solution for Israel and Palestine.

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