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AUSTRALIA POLITICS RACISM
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August 29, 2005
Former New South Wales state opposition leader John Brogden (R) stands in the back of an elevator following...
Sydney, Australia
Former state opposition leader John Brogden stands in an elevator after resigning in Sydney.
Former New South Wales state opposition leader John Brogden (R) stands in the back of an elevator following a news conference where he repeated an apology and resigned as leader of the state Liberal party in Sydney August 29, 2005. Brogden, who called the Asian-born wife of his political opponent a "mail-order bride", quit after news of his racist remark became public. Brogden also said he made the racist comment, along with pinching a female reporter on the bottom and propositioning another female reporter after a few beers at a function in Sydney in July. At left is as a parliamentary usher. REUTERS/Will Burgess WB
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