Christian leaders call on Treasurer to ‘stop the clock’ on aid budget cuts

The Melbourne Anglican

Archbishop Philip Freier and the other leaders of Australia’s 12 Christian denominations have signed an open letter to Treasurer Scott Morrison, published in The Australian on 20 April, calling on the federal government not to proceed with the scheduled $224 million cut to the aid budget. Leaders voiced their concern that a failure to act now will see the aid budget fall to its lowest ever level in Australian history.

Read the full article via The Melbourne Anglican here.

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