Optimism has lifted the Assange marketing campaign, after the PM aired frustrations with the federal government’s gridlocked diplomatic efforts to free the WikiLeaks co-founder.
The marketing campaign to free Julian Assange has been buoyed by hardened language utilized by Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and the help of Opposition Chief Peter Dutton, as the problem of the WikiLeaks co-founder’s imprisonment returns to international prominence.
Renewed optimism lifted the marketing campaign on Friday morning, after Albanese, in an interview with the ABC from London in a single day, aired frustrations with the federal government’s gridlocked diplomatic efforts to free Assange. Dutton, talking to the broadcaster’s Radio Nationwide on Friday morning, supplied the Coalition’s help.
Assange’s brother, Gabriel Shipton, mentioned the interview marked the newest in a collection of serious developments within the pursuit of his brother’s freedom, and signalled the federal government has taken up a hardened footing on the problem.
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