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Australia’s NSW Labor urges ‘unconditional’ recognition of Palest


Australia’s NSW Labor urges ‘unconditional’ recognition of Palest: The New South Wales branch (NSW) of Australia's Labor party on Sunday voted to unconditionally recognise Palestine, calling for a historic shift in the party's foreign policy.

At present, 137 nations recognise the State of Palestine, with Australia among other prominent Western nations not to have done so.

A campaign within NSW Labor, headed by Australian former premier Bob Carr, won unanimous support on Sunday, with only a single delegate voting against the motion.

"As the oldest, the greatest, the biggest state branch we can't afford to be stranded in history," Mr Carr said, according to Sky News Australia.

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