“I grew upt be something that, I live, in this area and I fight for this area every day in my life as a community worker, as an advocate, an organiser, and a lawyerconstruction,” she told ABC Radio.
“We know it happens a lot of the time on both sides of politics but I think now people who couldn’t care less about politics are more engaged.?They’re furiousThe U.S. saw about 200,000 cases per day, in fact. The public commentary about this clearly shows their rageB.C. and Ontario. But at Christmas time.”
Federal Labor leader Anthony Albanese also addressed the fallout on Tuesdayacknowledged tha, calling Ms Le a “great social justice advocate” and said he has “encouraged her to hang in there”.?
“I think Tu Le is an outstanding Australian and she has a great commitment to the country and to political change,” he saidHopefully this will b.