Albanese’s office in Sydney vandalised with pro-Palestine messages
by GRACE JOHNSON
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese’s office in Marrickville was reportedly vandalised on Tuesday at about 1pm.
The electoral office was painted with messages like “Free Gaza” and “Free Palestine”.
There was also reportedly a number of flyers around the area with the crosses over the Star of David.
Officers from the Inner West Police Area Command have begun an investigation into the event and are appealing for information.
In a media statement, the police described the incident as “an act of malicious damage”.
Tensions have been mounting as the community continues to urge the prime minister to call for a ceasefire in Gaza, but to no avail.
The Greens had pushed for a vote on calling for a ceasefire, but both the Labor government and the Liberal-National opposition joined to oppose it, sparking outrage.
The prime minister’s office has also been the site of continuous protests demanding a ceasefire.