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Howard Says There Are No Grounds For Sacking Hollingworth

February 21, 2002

In a press conference in Canberra, the Prime Minister, John Howard, has said that he will not be advising the Queen to terminate the Governor-General's commission.

Accusing the Opposition of politicising the office of General-General, Howard said on the available evidence that Hollingworth has not committed any offences and cannot be accused of moral turpitude. He said that Hollingworth has properly fulfilled his responsibilities as Governor-General.

The Prime Minister called on people to consider the totality of a person's life before condemning them.



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