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23.06.2013

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NT Chief Minister attacks critics of controversial alcohol plan MP3

The Northern Territory Chief Minister Adam Giles has attacked the critics of his Government's controversial plan to force alcoholics into rehabilitation. He's accused his critics of feeding off Aboriginal disdvantage and has told them in no uncertain terms to move aside. The critics of the Government's plan include members of the Australian Medical Association and the Police Association and the Aboriginal and Torres ... Source: abc.net.au

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