In Australian politics, the performance of the two major parties during parliamentary debates is a bit of a life-and-death feeling. In fact, their private relationship is still normal, and some are even good friends. Sometimes the friendships formed by people of different parties are even stronger and better than those of friends with the same party. Their argument in Parliament is to show voters that they are responsible and that their ability to govern the country is better than the other. In other words, the two major political parties are responsible for the people and the country, and they argued for different ideas.