Julie Bishop finally reveals why she REALLY resigned as foreign minister in the wake of the spill of chaotic leadership of the Liberal Party
- Julie Bishop revealed that she resigned because she could not serve in the new government
- She felt that the Liberal party did not recognize her credentials and registration
- The former Foreign Minister now sits in the back and remains loyal
- Scott Morrison told Mrs. Bishop that he wanted to take a team & # 39; to the next elections
Lauren Ferri for Daily Mail Australia
Julie Bishop revealed that she resigned because she felt she could not serve in Morrison's government after the liberal party did not recognize her credentials and registration.
After the bitter coup of leadership of the Liberal Party, the former Foreign Minister now sits on the bench and remains loyal to the party.
The Australian reported that although Prime Minister Scott Morrison offered him the position of foreign minister, he felt that he could not accept a position in the cabinet.
Julie Bishop (in the photo) revealed that she resigned because she felt she could not serve in Morrison's Government after the party did not recognize her credentials and registration
During the couple's discussion, Mr. Morrison made it clear that he wanted to "bring a team". to the next election, hoping that Mrs. Bishop is part of that team.
Due to the change of leadership, there are no women in any of the four positions of parliamentary leadership, which raises the concern that weak female representation can be a problem to win the next election.
Ms. Bishop, 62, has said there will be no by-election in her seat before the general election is called, but she has not made a final decision on whether to challenge Curtin in the next election.
She spoke about the "shameful circus" of the federal parliament, when she gave a speech at a weekly event for Australian women in Sydney on Wednesday.
In her speech, Ms. Bishop criticized the "atrocious behavior" of her colleagues in Canberra amid complaints of harassment and intimidation between the Liberal Party.
"I have seen, witnessed and experienced atrocious behavior in parliament, the kind of behavior that 20 years ago, when I was a managing partner of a 200-employee law firm, I would never have accepted it," said the former Liberal vice-president.
After the leadership coup of the Liberal Party, Julie Bishop (pictured with Malcolm Turnbull) now sits in the back and remains faithful to the party
She described the "circus" in the nation's capital and explained that politicians despised each other and that they were "applauded for it".
Speculation rises that Mrs. Bishop may be slipping into the role of Governor General, after the retirement of Sir Peter Cosgrove.
Ms. Bishop has considerable experience dealing with diplomats of her time as Minister of Foreign Affairs.