Coalition unable to revive push to get the controversial treaty through parliament because it has not debated Bernardi’s disallowance motion

The Turnbull government will not be able to revive a controversial extradition treaty with China for six months because of a procedural trap laid by the Australian Conservatives senator Cory Bernardi.

The Turnbull government pulled the proposed extradition treaty in March after a revolt in Coalition ranks.

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