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Not all Aussies agree with war against Iraq
March 11, 2003 4:37 PM   Subscribe

There's a revolt in the ranks. Office of National Assessment senior analyst Andrew Wilkie resigned in protest against the stance on Iraq. Foreign Minister Alexander Downer has questioned Mr Wilkie's seniority and suggested he did not have access to all available information on Iraq but Opposition leader Mr Crean disputes that. "Not senior? This is a person who has had involvement on terrorism briefings - we know that from the reports," Mr Crean said. "He's also a person that according to the same reports was going to be put on the Iraq taskforce if Australia went to war. Now don't tell me that's not senior, don't tell me that's not connected."
posted by skinsuit (5 comments total)

 
Another U.S. Diplomat Quits Over Iraq Policy

"Throughout the globe the United States is becoming associated with the unjustified use of force. The president's disregard for views in other nations, borne out by his neglect of public diplomacy, is giving birth to an anti-American century," the diplomat added.

posted by fold_and_mutilate at 4:44 PM on March 11, 2003


Not to be overly fussy but aren't FPPs supposed to have something besaides a news article link and a quote from the story?

IAC, I still want to get a job and move Down Under.
posted by billsaysthis at 6:22 PM on March 11, 2003


Not all Aussies agree with war against Iraq

Whoa, stop the presses! Not every person in country agrees on everything!

I am sure glad that everyone in our government agrees on everything....

oh wait...
posted by Steve_at_Linnwood at 6:29 PM on March 11, 2003


weee. polls from oz
posted by kv at 8:47 PM on March 11, 2003


Last night's Lateline interview.
posted by emf at 11:08 PM on March 11, 2003


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