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Malcolm Turnbull
29th Prime Minister of Australia - 2015 -2018.
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Malcolm Turnbull retweeted
Menteri Luar Negeri Republik Indonesia 21h
Indonesia strongly condemns the bombing attack that took place in a number of areas in Srilanka today (21/04) Deepest condolences and symphaty to the victims and their families of the said attack.
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Malcolm Turnbull 22h
Replying to @TurnbullMalcolm
We send our love and sympathy to their families and pray for a speedy recovery for the third lifesaver and the tourist the three men set out to save.
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Malcolm Turnbull 22h
A world away in Victoria Port Campbell lifesavers Ross and Andrew Powell are drowned as they were attempting to save a tourist swept out to sea. They have shown the very best of the Australian spirit selflessly putting their lives on the line to keep others safe.
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Malcolm Turnbull 22h
The peace of Easter shattered by the senseless and cowardly attacks on Christian worshippers in Sri Lanka. We send our love and sympathy to the families of the victims and pray the injured have a speedy recovery.
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Malcolm Turnbull retweeted
Ranil Wickremesinghe Apr 20
I strongly condemn the cowardly attacks on our people today. I call upon all Sri Lankans during this tragic time to remain united and strong. Please avoid propagating unverified reports and speculation. The government is taking immediate steps to contain this situation.
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Malcolm Turnbull 24h
Very impressive- shows the rapid improvement in wind turbine technology
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Malcolm Turnbull Apr 20
Replying to @TurnbullMalcolm
And Alice and I built another magnatile tower. More fun than debating energy policy!
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Malcolm Turnbull Apr 20
Meanwhile Jack spotted a wombat while we were walking in the bush.
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Malcolm Turnbull Apr 20
Replying to @Paul_Brown1
I rate telling the truth highly.
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Malcolm Turnbull Apr 20
Replying to @TurnbullMalcolm
“Now, where and when we believe there would be sufficient support in the House of Reps, and obviously in our Party Room, to progress this component of the scheme we'll bring it forward once again.” And “The National Energy Guarantee remains the Government's policy” 20/8/18
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Malcolm Turnbull Apr 20
The claims I “dropped the NEG”. False. When it was clear a number of LNP MPs were going to cross the floor the Cabinet resolved to not present the Bill at that time but maintain the policy as & I confirmed on 20 August
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Malcolm Turnbull Apr 19
Replying to @australian
I see the has already described the tweets above as attacking the Coalition. That’s rubbish. I am simply stating the truth: the NEG was designed & demonstrated to reduce electricity prices. So dumping it means prices will be higher than if it had been retained. QED
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Malcolm Turnbull Apr 19
Telling the truth is most becoming of all of us. Including former PMs.
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Malcolm Turnbull Apr 19
And before anyone suggests the previous tweet is some kind of revelation - all of the economic ministers, including myself, spent months arguing for the NEG on the basis that it would reduce electricity prices and enable us to lower our emissions.
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Malcolm Turnbull Apr 19
Replying to @TurnbullMalcolm
That is the only reason it has been abandoned by the Government. The consequence is no integration of energy and climate policy, uncertainty continues to discourage investment with the consequence, as I have often warned, of both higher emissions and higher electricity prices.
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Malcolm Turnbull Apr 19
Replying to @TurnbullMalcolm
It had the support of the business community and energy sector in a way that no previous energy policy had. However a right wing minority in the Party Room refused to accept the majority position and threatened to cross the floor and defeat their own government.
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Malcolm Turnbull Apr 19
I see is referring to the National Energy Guarantee as “Malcolm Turnbull’s NEG”. In fact the NEG had the support of the entire Cabinet, including and especially the current PM and Treasurer. It was approved by the Party Room on several occasions.
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Malcolm Turnbull retweeted
UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency Apr 15
Kids helping kids: Conrad is bring a strong message back to Australia
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Malcolm Turnbull retweeted
ASPI Apr 17
We're about to launch the latest report 'Taking Australian Diplomacy Digital' with & . Follow this thread for live-tweets ⬇️
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Malcolm Turnbull retweeted
Australia @ OECD Apr 17
On this day in 1772, David Ricardo was born. Ricardo’s theory of comparative advantage helped lay the foundation for trade liberalisation in the modern era, which the OECD notes has lifted millions out of poverty.
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