Australia PM says Morrison’s secret roles ‘undermined democracy’

Al Jazeera English published this video item, entitled “Australia PM says Morrison’s secret roles ‘undermined democracy’” – below is their description.

Australia’s former Prime Minister Scott Morrison is fighting a move to make him resign from parliament after news of his assumption of additional ministerial roles during the COVID-19 pandemic emerged. He had secretly appointed himself to five posts saying the crisis demanded it. Australian legislators are outraged.

Al Jazeera’s @Sarah Clarke reports from Brisbane, Australia.

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