Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Sunday, called for a general election for May 21, triggering a campaign expected to be fought over cost-of-living pressures, climate change, questions of character and competence of the major parties.
Morrison’s conservative government is struggling to woo Australia’s 17 million voters, lagging behind the opposition Labor party in a string of opinion polls despite presiding over a rebounding economy with a 13-year-low jobless rate of four percent.
“This election is about you. No one else. It’s about our country, and it’s about its future,” Morrison said.
“we are not out of the woods yet.
“People are tired of politics as we go into this election. But this election, this campaign, is incredibly important because there is so much at stake for Australia and our future,” he added.
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Olaf Scholz warns of escalation of war in Ukraine – “maybe today” podcast
War in Ukraine, rising energy prices և Failed elections in NRW. Federal Chancellor Olaf Scholz answered citizens’ questions via RTL direct. The Chancellor has not always been able to persuade with his answers, but he has shown a very human, concerned side.
“Do you want to fly to Ki, Mr. Scholz?” Asked the Ukrainian woman, who has lived in Germany for 16 years and is worried about her parents. Yesterday he sat at the table with Olaf Scholz during the “RTL direct” program, he could not understand why the chancellor hesitated for so long. Scholz replied that he had talked on the phone with the President of Ukraine for many hours, he had talked to him during a number of meetings. And that he had to bring something for the meeting. A very human moment of confusion, as analyzed by Utah Bielig-Wonka, the head of RTL և ntv’s capital studios.
“Olaf Scholz described a little bit what it means when he talks to Putin. And since none of this helps, it is not clear how much this war will cost, that there is no insight at all, this war must end. “Everything was almost out of Scholz, you get the impression how worried these Ganzi citizens are about this war, how heavy the burden of responsibility is,” Utah Bilig-Wonka said in the 276th episode of the “important” podcast. today. “
Collective negotiations on kindergarten salaries. “It is a strike to manage work.”
What is one of the most common social biases? Many people pursue their passion, selflessly care for others, but earn very little money. Many employees perceive it the same way, which is why they go out on the streets again and again for weeks. The strikes could end on Tuesday or Wednesday, however, as the Verdi և Civil Servants ‘Association and dbb are already in talks with the Urban Employers’ Association (WAC) for the third round of wages after negotiations in February-March failed. . . “More money and staff are needed,” Verdi chief Frank Werneke told the German news agency. “Two years after the pandemic, many partners in day care centers, in social work, in the field of disability care are suffering a lot.”
By the way, there is a completely different culture of strike in Germany than in other countries, explains political scientist, leading researcher of the strike Jորrg Novak in the “Today Can” podcast. It was conditioned by the so-called social partnership. “When conditions in Germany were better than in the Federal Republic in the 1960s, emigration took place. That is why West Germany had to offer better working conditions than other countries because there was a system. competition. ” Teachers can now benefit from that.
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Musk uses a puffy emoji to mock Twitter CEO
Twitter CEO Parag Agraval said on Monday that there had been internal assessments of fake accounts on the social network over the past four quarters. “Less than 5%”Responding to Elon Musk Criticism (pictured) the company’s attitude towards spam or fraudulent accounts.
Agraval argued that Twitter’s assessment, which was the same as in 2013, could not be reproduced in detail from the outside, given the need to use public-private information to determine if an account was spam.
The billionaire of South African descentwho said on Friday that there was a $ 44 billion deal to buy Twitter “Temporarily suspended” նվել rely on fake account information He responded to the explanation of the Twitter CEO with a puffy emoji (below).
Musk then asked Agraval. “So how do advertisers know what they’re getting for their money?” This is very important for Twitter’s financial health. “.
Shortly after his remarks, the billionaire announced at a private conference in Miami that he suspected that bots (automated accounts) make up about 20% to 25% of network users.