A letter that has been circulating among some in the Australian Labor Party has prompted the resignation of the Prime Ministers office.
The letter from Prime Minister John Key, dated Tuesday, reads in part: “I know the PM will not be attending this week’s election campaign, but I will be watching closely.
The letter was first spotted by The Conversation. “
However, it is important that we not let the Prime Minster down.”
The letter was first spotted by The Conversation.
The resignation letter was sent by Prime Minister Julia Gillard’s communications team to the Prime minister’s office.
“The Prime Minister and I are committed to working together to get the economy back on track. “
We will do everything we can to ensure this happens in the best interests of our country and its people.” “
The Prime Minister and I are committed to working together to get the economy back on track.
We will do everything we can to ensure this happens in the best interests of our country and its people.”
Ms Gillards resignation letter: Key’s letter to the PM’s office has not been published in full and the prime minister’s team has not responded to requests for comment.
In the letter, Ms G has also written that she is grateful for the work done by the staff of the Government and Opposition parties during the recent election campaign.
“While I understand the PM may not be in Canberra on the Friday or Saturday nights, the PM is entitled to attend the campaign as long as he is in his office, which he will be. “
“It is important to remember that the next government will not last for long. “
“In the coming months and years, we will be working hard to make sure Australia is safe and secure for the next generation.” “
What you want to know: What did the letter say? “
In the coming months and years, we will be working hard to make sure Australia is safe and secure for the next generation.”
What you want to know: What did the letter say?
Ms Gillart’s resignation letter comes days after she resigned from the position of Minister for Health.
The position was previously held by Treasurer Tim Pallas, who was appointed by her in February.
In her letter to Mr Key, MsG said she was disappointed the PM would not be at the campaign.
“While I know the Primeminstts position will not change in the near future, I am confident that the PMs commitment to the national interest will be preserved,” she wrote.
“This is because he has been a steadfast advocate for the interests of Australians, and he has the experience, judgment and judgement-making skills that are essential for any successful Government.”
Mr Key has made no secret of his dissatisfaction with the current Government, but has not said why he wants to step down.
He has also indicated he may not even be able to lead the Government to election.