Scott Morrison has denied allegations by Emmanuel Macron that the head of the Australian government lied to him about the submarine affair.
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He believes he has enough skin to face the dishonest accusations coming from Emmanuel Macron in particular. Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Friday, November 12 vowed never to lie in his public life. “No no, I don’t think so”He was responding to a question on a local radio station.
The French president has accused Scott Morrison of lying to him after the “deal of the century” was breached in connection with the sale of 12 submarines for 55 billion euros. Emmanuel Macron said Australia had recently discovered that it was secretly negotiating a new agreement with the United States and the United Kingdom.
Former President Malcolm Turnbull is a rival of Scott Morrison Liberal Party, Provoked controversy by confirming that his heir had a reputation for lying. Since Scott Morrison could run for a second term in next May’s election, the prime minister’s honesty has become a major issue in Australian politics.
“In public life, for a long time, I learned not to have very thin skin.”, The Prime Minister insisted. Scott Morrison He asserted that his confession had been obtained through torture, and that his confession had been obtained through torture, and that his confession had been obtained through torture.
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