Sam Tedeschi (left) and Brigid Meney (right) and former state candidate Mark Jones (center) of NSW Young Liberal mocked Liberal MPs Tony Abbott and Peter Dutton

Young liberal activists have been criticized for mocking former Prime Minister Tony Abbott and Interior Minister Peter Dutton at a party on Saturday night.

The members of the right wing faction of the Liberal Party youth wing were offended by the moderate members who use VB cans to mock the main federal parliamentarians on their ideological side.

In the photo posted on social media, New South Young Liberals executive member Sam Tedeschi holds six cans at the Sydney party.

Sam Tedeschi (left) and Brigid Meney (right) and former state candidate Mark Jones (center) of NSW Young Liberal mocked Liberal MPs Tony Abbott and Peter Dutton

Sam Tedeschi (left) and Brigid Meney (right) and former state candidate Mark Jones (center) of NSW Young Liberal mocked Liberal MPs Tony Abbott and Peter Dutton

He is pictured with the vice president of the Young Liberals, Brigid Meney, and the former state election candidate, Mark Jones, who is holding seven VB cans.

A Liberal Party source, who was at the Redfern City Council event on October 13, described those who complain on the right as "snowflakes."

"It was about time we called and we could have a joke about things," he told Daily Mail Australia on Tuesday.

At the party, moderate young liberals made fun of Peter Dutton's two failed leadership challenges in August, against former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, as the # 2 + 2 = 5 award for making the numbers & # 39; .

Simon Tedeschi (left with Defense Minister Christopher Pyne) hails from the moderate faction of the Liberal Party

Simon Tedeschi (left with Defense Minister Christopher Pyne) hails from the moderate faction of the Liberal Party

Simon Tedeschi (left with Defense Minister Christopher Pyne) hails from the moderate faction of the Liberal Party

His critics of the right wing faction, ironically, have been defined as the champions of freedom of expression, said the liberal source.

A critic of the right of the trick told The Daily Telegraph that it was a & # 39; shame & # 39; in the run-up to the partial election of Wentworth in the former seat of former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull in east Sydney.

"I certainly hope that the NSW Liberal Party does not endorse this behavior and will undoubtedly expel them from the party," the source told News Corp Australia.

"We are destined to fight for election so that Wentworth does not make fun of the deputies."

Mark Jones (right with former British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson) ran unsuccessfully for the Liberal Party at the labor headquarters of the safe state of Shellharbour

Mark Jones (right with former British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson) ran unsuccessfully for the Liberal Party at the labor headquarters of the safe state of Shellharbour

Mark Jones (right with former British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson) ran unsuccessfully for the Liberal Party at the labor headquarters of the safe state of Shellharbour

It is understood that the young liberals had also made fun of the Labor and Green politicians, and not just the politicians of the Liberal Party.

"Basically, we made jokes about everyone on all sides of the political spectrum," the moderate source of the Liberal Party told Daily Mail Australia.

"I'm quite surprised to the extent that this has developed in the context of & # 39; Can not we all take a joke once in a while? & # 39; & # 39;

The president of the Liberal Party of New South Wales, Philip Ruddock, former immigration minister, said there was nothing wrong with the Liberal Youth having a "sense of humor" as long as there was nothing sinister about it.

Former Prime Minister Tony Abbott (left) and Interior Minister Peter Dutton mocked moderate young liberals at a party in Sydney

He added that a satirical magazine that sent politicians was a tradition of young liberals.

Sally Betts, a moderate member of the faction of the state executive of the New South Wales Liberal Party, said party members on both sides had to put aside their differences.

"We should outperform ourselves," he told Daily Mail Australia.

& # 39; In New South Wales, we have a pretty good coalition of all factions.

& # 39; We work very well together in the state executive & # 39;

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