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The Federal Government announced the elimination of two positions of dole recipients in west Queensland on Wednesday, despite the regional seat being considered for the next Nationals MP.
The decision to change the position of the Dole 바카라사이트Fund manager for the Upper Brisbane constituency was announced in a press release on the Federal Government website.
Liberal candidate Barry Dole said he would support the change.
“I haven’t been told by the people at all, if the Liberal Party is going to accept it, that a change is going to be necessary, I think that’s fair enough,” he said.
“I guess it’s unfortunate that they haven’t told me, and you certainly haven’t asked us or anybody from the Liberal Party, so I think we’ll have to wait to see how it’s going to go but I’m natyasastra.comhappy for the people of Upper Brisbane to choose their own man.”
The Federal Government announced in February that its decision to appoint regional MP Tony Burke from the Lower East Queensland seat of Dandenong to the party’s national ticket meant new Liberal MPs would be in the party’s “core” in the Upper Brisbane constituency and in future would have more regional representation.
Senator Dole did not mention Burke in his speech before announcing the new position.
In that position, Burke would be responsible for distributing about $15 million a year.
If the Federal Government wishes to continue receiving the Dole Fund to promote health and wellness, the position of a regional member of the Federal Legislative Council will also need to be filled, however the appointment has been removed.
The Federal Government announced it was removing the jobs of dole fund officers and managing the Dole Fu우리카지노nd, its program for providing low-cost household support.
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