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The motion declared that the House of Assembly “No longer has confidence in the Member for Bragg to continue in her role as Deputy Premier, Attorney-General, Minister for Planning and Local Government, and as a Member of the Executive Council, for deliberately and intentionally misleading the House of Assembly and breaching the Ministerial Code of Conduct”.
Opposition Leader Peter Malinauskas called the successfully passage of the motion “Unprecedented”, saying he had asked the parliamentary research library to find another instance of the House of Assembly expressing no confidence in a minister, and being told that none existed.
He cited former Liberal heavyweights John Olsen and Joan Hall, who stood aside amid conflict of interest scandals, and a former Deputy Premier Graham Ingerson who fell on his sword after parliament determined the House had been misled.
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