All deleted tweets from politicians

Leader of the @Greens. Proud dad to Luca & Ben, partner to Lucy. Former long-suffering Tigers fan. Authorised by R Di Natale, Australian Greens, Melbourne.

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Today’s Australian Reading Hour Day. It’s a great day aimed at helping people rediscover their passion for reading - and it’d be great if everyone in our parliament took part. Perhaps @ScottMorrisonMP can start with this?

RT @psaltopoulos: "Politics is about having courage." @RichardDiNatale via @abcnews @Greens #TheGreens

My heart goes out to those in West Papua who have lost loved ones, and those who have been hurt in yet another round of violence. At least six West Papuans have been killed by the Indonesian military while peacefully protesting, and another murdered by militia in his dormitory.

This latest step in the Indonesian government’s latest violent crackdown on the West Papuan people is appalling. West Papuans have simply been demonstrating against systematic racism and the colonisation of their country. They should not have to pay with their lives for doing so.

It’s time that the Australian government told it's Indonesian counterpart to withdraw its combat troops from West Papua, to allow the UN Human Rights Commissioner to visit West Papua, and to restore Internet access to West Papuans.

It’s quite clear that the Indonesian government is concealing its human rights abuses. The Australian government must end its complicity in these abuses by no longer training Indonesian security forces who have a record of committing atrocities.

I want to send this clear message to the West Papuan people: many Australians support your right to self-determination and your right to live without fear and violence.