MMrdoy, July 15, 1977
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
"~i~dav. July 15, 1977 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven
Australian leader resigns
(otinued fram Ng 2) sition leader, had no comment
events stunned many who re- on the resignation.
garded the queen's surrogate Whitlam, who selected Kerr as
as a ceremonial figurehead. governor general in July 1974,
-Lawyers, politicians and the claimed in a recent interview
general public still debate in London that Kerr,. as titular
whether Kerr should have in- commander in chief of the arm-
voked powers which the queen ed forces, had ordered a mili-
does not have in England. tary alert on the day he dis-
In announcing the resignation, missed the government. His La-
Fraser said Kerr's dismissal of Tbor party staged demonstra-
the Labor government had pro- tions and threatened strikes.
voked partisan feelings in Aus- Their protests fizzled but the
tralia, and clouded the role of anger remained.
governor general, the controversy also gave a
In a hrief statement from Gov- boost to the republican move-
ernment House, Kerr said he ment which views the monarchy
had faithfully executed his oath as outmoded for Australia.
of office and had found his ten- There were small demonstra-
ure "most stimulating." His res- tions in March when the queen
ignation had been expected for visited the Commonwealth of
several months. Australia as part of her silver
WHITLAM, the current oppo- jubilee celebrations.
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