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Australian Senator Makes Breastfeeding History

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Usually, we are very pleased to know the eyes of the public who are not afraid to normalize breastfeeding. An Australian MP has just become the first politician to take care of his baby during Australia's parliamentary oversight.

Larissa Waters is the co-leader of the Australian Green Party. His second daughter, Alia Joy, was born in March.

This triumph is particularly sweet for Waters, who is the best in the class to allow Australian parliamentarians to take care of the children to have their children with them in Parliament. Before the change was administered in February 2016, young people were not allowed into chambers, so parliamentary parents often lost important government affairs and were forced to give their right to vote, Other members.

This may not be a major deal, but the lead shift took after eight years an incident in which the girl of Australian Senator Sarah Hanson-Young was consciously expelled from her mother's arms and quickly exiled from the Senate. The rather horrible movement of government for any civilized nation.



Larissa Waters tweeted a picture of her nurse Alia on Tuesday and asked surprisingly to add more women and parents to Parliament:

However, Waters is a logical thinker at a basic level. The Queensland senator said there was nothing wrong with the new rule, it makes sense: "If you are hungry, this is what you do, feed your baby," Mail Mail said. Well, let's play a role with this type of deduction, no doubt.
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