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Today’s offerings are a mixed bag of trying to cover his own backside and long-winded answers. Adem Somyurek even had the commissioner confused. Why did he always answer a question with a question? He never really responded with an answer, just whatever hot air he could blow.

What he told, though, was enough to destroy all factions of the Labor party. The right faction was at war with the socialist left. The right was also trying to destroy the moderate faction and any other faction. Just to make it one faction called the Labor unity.

Having brothers buy influence and then reneging on paying for an ethnic minorities’ memberships. Then Adem Somyurek stating he will pay for a different ethnic minority group’s membership out of his own pocket.

We also have young activists who have been hired to do electoral work but are actually doing factional work. We also have MPs going to the senator’s office to access Electoral rolls. We have MPs fraudulently signing forms, doing work inside office hours that is against ministerial standards.

Adem is trying really hard not to implicate himself, but he is utterly failing. He does not even seem regretful at all. Still dropping names as well. It is a very serious culture going on here, which is nothing short of corruption. The red shirts rort is nothing compared to what has been uncovered so far.

Hoping that all goes well for the general public, and we see the fall of the current government. 

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