Kristina Keneally ‘has riled up some inside Labor’ following migration feedback



The Australian’s Dennis Shanahan says when US President Donald Trump talks about placing American’s first he’s accused of being an "isolationist and (a) protectionist" following comparable feedback just lately made on migration by Labor frontbencher Kristina Keneally. Ms Keneally has written an op-ed within the 9 newspapers arguing that migration can’t stay on the similar ranges post-pandemic. Senator Keneally mentioned Australia may very well be "harmed" by an inflow of non permanent employees when restrictions are eased. “We should guarantee that Australians get a good go and a primary go at jobs,” Senator Keneally wrote. The Australian reported whereas the opinion piece was endorsed by chief Anthony Albanese’s workplace, Senator Keneally’s place will not be official Labor coverage. "She’s making an attempt to have a debate however I believe the language she used was harmful," Mr Shanahan advised Sky Information host Peta Credlin. "And it has certainty riled some inside the Labor Social gathering". Picture: Information Corp Australia