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These divisions relate to the policy “for an inquiry into the Iraq War”. Compare how a supporter of the policy would have voted to the division outcome.

22nd Mar 2018, 12:04 PM – Senate Motions - Iraq War - Inquiry - Division No. 2

Supporters vote “Yes”

Party Yes No
Australian Conservatives (0.0% turnout)
Australian Greens (100% turnout) 9
Australian Labor Party (80% turnout) 20
Country Liberal Party (100% turnout) 1
Derryn Hinch's Justice Party (100% turnout) 1
Deputy President (100% turnout) 1
Independent (67% turnout) 2
Liberal Democratic Party (100% turnout) 1
Liberal National Party (100% turnout) 2
Liberal Party (70% turnout) 16
National Party (100% turnout) 3
Nick Xenophon Team (100% turnout) 2
Pauline Hanson's One Nation Party (67% turnout) 2
President (100% turnout) 1
Totals (80% turnout) 12 49

The majority voted against clause (e), which means that part of the motion failed.

Motion text

That the Senate—

...

(e) calls on all parties to support a long overdue inquiry into Australia's involvement in the Iraq War.

14th Feb 2018, 4:01 PM – Senate Motions - Iraq War - Independent inquiry - Division No. 6

Supporters vote “Yes”

Party Yes No
Australian Conservatives (100% turnout) 1
Australian Greens (100% turnout) 9
Australian Labor Party (72% turnout) 18
Country Liberal Party (100% turnout) 1
Derryn Hinch's Justice Party (100% turnout) 1
Deputy President (100% turnout) 1
Independent (150% turnout) 3
Liberal Democratic Party (100% turnout) 1
Liberal National Party (100% turnout) 2
Liberal Party (52% turnout) 12
National Party (67% turnout) 2
Nick Xenophon Team (100% turnout) 2
Pauline Hanson's One Nation Party (67% turnout) 2
President (100% turnout) 1
Totals (75% turnout) 11 45

The majority voted against a motion, which means it failed.

Motion text

That the Senate—

(a) notes that this week marks the fifteen-year anniversary of over 200 000 people marching in each of Melbourne and Sydney, and 600 000 nationwide, to protest Australia's involvement in the Iraq war; and

(b) supports an independent inquiry into:

(i) the decisions that led to Australia invading Iraq, and

(ii) the conduct of the Australian military operations in Iraq.