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Photo File:China's Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang responds to reporters' questions during a regular press briefing in Beijing on March 7, 2017. (AAP

Photo File:China's Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang responds to reporters' questions during a regular press briefing in Beijing on March 7, 2017. (AAP

FED:PM talks tough with China on interference

Date: Sun 10 Dec

Malcolm Turnbull has emphatically declared China has interfered in Australian politics, a day after Beijing criticised the prime minister for merely suggesting that was the case during a speech to parliament.

If the Chinese foreign ministry was hoping to quieten Mr Turnbull by lodging an official complaint about his earlier comments, the plan backfired.

"There has been foreign interference in Australian politics, plainly," the prime minister said in Sydney on Saturday.

"(Labor senator) Sam Dastyari is a very clear case of somebody who has literally taken money from people closely associated with the Chinese government and, in return for that, has delivered essentially Chinese policy statements."

Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Geng Shuang on Friday said he was "shocked" by what Mr Turnbull had said in parliament the day before.

Source: AAP Australian General News