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Scott Morrison's critics shouldn't succumb to 'ScoMo-derangement syndrome'

Mark Kenny
By Mark Kenny
Updated April 4 2022 - 4:43am, first published 2:00am
Prime Minster Scott Morrison. Picture: Sitthixay Ditthavong

As the federal election nears, trenchant critics of the Prime Minister should be mindful not to succumb to "ScoMo-derangement syndrome", a tendency to overreach reducing credibility and persuasive power.

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Mark Kenny

Mark Kenny

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Mark Kenny is The Canberra Times' political analyst and a professor at the ANU's Australian Studies Institute. He is a director of the National Press Club and hosts the Democracy Sausage podcast. He writes a column every Sunday.

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