The Australian government has a problem.
As of November 20, the country’s immigration laws remain the same as they did last year.
Australia is not a democracy, and it has never been one.
It’s hard to think of a more politically divisive government than the Abbott government.
But it has succeeded in winning a massive majority in the Senate, and by some margins in the House of Representatives.
For the first time in decades, a significant number of Australians are prepared to vote to give a new government more power.
This time around, though, the opposition is not just opposed to the Abbott-led government’s immigration policies.
They are also determined to stop it.
The result is that on November 20th, the Australian people have the power to stop the Abbott Government’s immigration plans.
To do this, they will need to vote for a new leader.
Here’s how it works.
In the first few weeks of November, the Liberal-National coalition will govern with a majority of about 40 seats.
And with the Senate expected to remain unchanged for the next six weeks, the Coalition will have a real chance to govern.
When the Senate reconvenes, the result will be decided in a simple majority.
If Labor wins the next election, the government will lose a whole bunch of seats, and they will be faced with a choice.
Either they will try to get a better deal, or they will have to make a deal.
What is the deal?
This is the crux of the issue: a deal between the Liberals and the Nationals.
Nigel Farage says he would prefer the deal to remain the way it is, but that’s not the only option.
According to one senior Liberal MP, it would be a great deal for the Liberal Party if the deal were not struck with the Nationals, but with the Greens.
Under this deal, the Nationals would have to support the Liberal agenda in exchange for a series of concessions.
Most notably, they would be given the right to set their own immigration policy.
While this may be good for the Nationals at the moment, it doesn’t really seem to be good enough for the Greens, who have a much stronger anti-immigration platform.
So the Coalition is forced to either agree to a deal with the Liberals, or risk losing a bunch of their seats.
If it can’t reach a deal, there’s only one thing left to do: get rid of the Coalition.
Which is why the Liberals have decided to run the Australian election on the basis of the principle of “unity of party”.
The party has been campaigning for the last few months, and has already won some seats in the federal election.
There’s little doubt the Liberals will win seats in this election, as long as they can get enough of the same voters to make the same deal.
The key is that this time around the Liberals can use the same platform they used in the last election.
That is, the same agenda, the exact same policies.
They have a clear, coherent and well-funded agenda.
They have the votes in Parliament to pass it.
And they have the political muscle to keep the Coalition out of power for the foreseeable future.
That means that the Coalition has no choice but to keep it.
The Liberal-Nats deal is a bad one, but it is not as bad or as damaging as it first appears.
It’s the only deal that could possibly deliver a fair deal for Australia.
The Abbott-Nas government is now sitting on a deal that is so bad that it would likely kill it in Parliament.
But that’s the Liberal and the Labor Party, so we won’t be hearing much from them about the deal until November 20.
Read more about the election and the Australian Election: What’s the deal with Immigration?
What do the Liberals want?
The key to the deal is that the government gets to keep its job, but the Nationals lose seats.
That means the Liberals win a whole lot of seats in a hung parliament.
The Coalition wins enough seats to pass the deal, but loses seats in what will likely be a coalition government.
That’s a huge loss for the Liberals.
What’s in the deal for all parties?
If you’re looking for the “best deal” possible for Australia, the Liberals should be happy with this deal.
It will allow them to pass their policies with little to no support from Labor.
That’s not a bad deal, and that’s a deal they would probably like to pass with the other parties.
The Coalition and the Greens will have some support, but this deal won’t help them.
If they want to pass legislation that is good for Australia and for their party, they should probably stick to that, but they won’t have to do so.
Instead, they can