I am sure the same allegations could be levelled against Labour here, but in Australia it seems that there are still real problems between the unions and the ALP.
LABOR is a “sick organisation” that shouldn’t rush to get back to power, a leading union figure says.
Tony Sheldon, who heads the Transport Workers’ Union (TWU) and is also vice president of the ALP, says he welcomes the reforms that saw Bill Shorten elected Labor leader but says more needs to be done.
“Our party is currently a sick organisation,” he said in a speech at the University of Technology Sydney on Friday. Read more »