New South Wales state MP Shaoquett Moselmane says he is not a suspect in a police investigation into unnamed people advancing China’s goals in Australia, days after his home and office were searched by police. Photo: AP New South Wales state MP Shaoquett Moselmane says he is not a suspect in a police investigation into unnamed people advancing China’s goals in Australia, days after his home and office were searched by police. Photo: AP
New South Wales state MP Shaoquett Moselmane says he is not a suspect in a police investigation into unnamed people advancing China’s goals in Australia, days after his home and office were searched by police. Photo: AP

Analysis |
High stakes as Australia tests foreign interference laws, with China in its sights

  • Raids on properties connected to Beijing-friendly state MP Shaoquett Moselmane and his former staffer John Zhang have focused scrutiny on the legislation
  • The outcome will either solidify allegations of Chinese interference in Australian politics, or fuel accusations of Sinophobia

Topic |   China-Australia relations
New South Wales state MP Shaoquett Moselmane says he is not a suspect in a police investigation into unnamed people advancing China’s goals in Australia, days after his home and office were searched by police. Photo: AP New South Wales state MP Shaoquett Moselmane says he is not a suspect in a police investigation into unnamed people advancing China’s goals in Australia, days after his home and office were searched by police. Photo: AP
New South Wales state MP Shaoquett Moselmane says he is not a suspect in a police investigation into unnamed people advancing China’s goals in Australia, days after his home and office were searched by police. Photo: AP
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