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Sorry, this video has expired Video: Scott Morrison says he won't talk of his role in Tony Abbott 'uncomfortable' (ABC News)

The Labor Party has rejected the Prime Minister's claims that it failed in its mandate and is now taking matters into its own hands.

Speaking at a party fundraiser, Mr Morrison said the Prime Minister "wants to be uncomfortable", saying it was "very uncomfortable" for the party's members.

"I am comfortable that in this election and in this place that I think we had an important role that did what we wanted to do to elect some members of parliament who have been there for many many years in terms of the Labor Party," he said.

"And we had our roles to play in helping those people to make those decisions."

Mr Morrison also questioned why the government didn't allow the Prime Minister to use the prime ministerial function to put the finishing touches to his cabinet.

Mr Abbott has repeatedly dismissed suggestions that the Federal Government needed to make appointments to cabinet with the same vigour it used to manage its own departments.

But in his speech to the Labor Club, Mr Morrison rejected the suggestion that the Prime Minister had undermined the system by having to make tough decisions under pressure from backbench members of his own party.

He said Labor's members "have a duty to our country to be engaged in a debate which is a vital part of our democratic process" and his party's MPs had to be given a "respectful vote in our leadership election".

"We all know that the Government has always been and will continue to be responsive to members," he said.

"There is no evidence that members have not been able to elect a Prime Minister who has consistently delivered for us and has done as we have asked of him.

"But our task is not merely to make the best performance for ourselves, it is to deliver the best performance for our country, and we will, with or without the shadow cabinet."

When asked if the Prime Minister should get back into cabinet to advise Mr Abbott, the Opposition Leader said the Prime Minister's relationship with senior members of his government was "very difficult".

"That's an issue that's going to have to be dealt with as I understand it, and we'll make a judgment as to who will or will not be an adviser, who will be a Prime Minister that I believe is good to have," he said.

"That is not a decision that I'm prepared to take.

"I also said this morning that I am prepared for the Prime Minister to be a Prime Minister as long as he is fair to all members that's th

 
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