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Politicians ' statement on the moskédåd condemned
"Policy statement on moskédåd condemns"

"the Australian parliamentarians condemn the statement of one of their colleagues did the deed at the mosques in Christchurch in New Zealand in mid-march. Queenslandsenatorn Phrases which She has previously gained international criticism for having linked the deed, in which 50 people were killed in two mosques, "

"Her colleagues in the parliament condemns his comments as"

"A denunciation does not have any direct legal consequences, but is rather an expression of the senate's disapproval."

"– There is a difference between freedom of expression and incitement to hatred. The former is a part of our democracy, the latter is an attack on our democracy, " says senate opposition leader, Penny Wong."

"Politicians from both the major and minor parties voted in favour of the condemnation."

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