What are the good old Aussie values?
Announcing yesterday a new, tougher citizenship test, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said that while Australia is now very much multi-cultural, our traditional values shouldn't be forgotten.
"We're not defined by race or religion or culture, as many other nations are. We're defined by commitment to common values, political values, the rule of law, democracy, freedom, mutual respect, equality for men and women.
"These fundamental values are what make us Australian. So when you look in the mirror, when an Australian can look like a person from any race, any background in the world, but what we share are those values. And our citizenship process should reflect that," said Mr Turnbull.
However, it’s these good old Aussie values that seem to be causing some confusion. Just what are they and how can they be defined or incorporated into a 20-question test?
What do you think are the great Aussie values? And which one do you think needs to be re-embraced?