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Photo File: Australian Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton speaking with participants during a visit to the National Missing Persons Hackathon in Canberra, Friday, October 11, 2019. (AAP)

Photo File: Australian Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton speaking with participants during a visit to the National Missing Persons Hackathon in Canberra, Friday, October 11, 2019. (AAP)

FED: Dutton just stating facts: fellow

Sunday, Oct 13, 2019.


A key Morrison government minister in the relationship with China has defended the comments of his colleague Peter Dutton when he says the policies of the Asian giant are inconsistent with those of Australia.

Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton drew the wrath of the Chinese Embassy on Friday after also attacking the Communist Party of China over the theft of intellectual property and the hacking of government or non-government organisations.

The Chinese embassy in Australia rejected Mr Dutton's comments, calling them "irrational", "shocking", "baseless" and a "malicious slur".

But Resources Minister Matt Canavan said Mr Dutton was just stating the facts.

"Obviously, our system of government is inconsistent with those of communist regime's and that has been a long established fact," he told Sky News on Sunday.



SOURCE: AAP Newswire