Alex Hawke MP faces possible Liberal party expulsion


Alex Hawke MP, the former Federal Immigration Minister, will face a motion later this year to be expelled from the Liberal party.

The motion to expel Hawke was put forward by the Artarmon branch of the Liberal party, with accusations he delayed Morrison government pre-selections last year ahead of the 2022 federal elections.

MP Alex Hawke. Photo: Daily Telegraph.
MP Alex Hawke. Photo: Daily Telegraph.

In October or November this year, the NSW state council will debate claims that Hawke’s failure to attend nomination review committee meetings before the 2022 election “impaired” pre-selections in Farrer and North Sydney.

Source: The Guardian




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