Fraser endorsed as qld new deputy premier and confirmed former police commissioner Bill Keating had quit to head WA Police Service
Malcolm Fraser is not going to become the new police minister in the new Queensland Government despite his strong support for the ALP.
He said in a statement on Saturday:모나코 카지노 “The current government is in no position to support any Australian in its current position.”
He confirmed he would not accept Mr Keating’s resignation but would accept the deputy prime minister.
Mr Keating left the police force earlier this year and was appointed chief constable for NSW.
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Former state leader and WA Liberal Liberal MP, Tony Windsor, said Mr Keating had not indicated to him in his resignation letter he was running for deputy premiership.
“The current minister fo용인출장안마r police was Bill Keating so what we need from our Premier here is stability,” he said.
“Malcolm Fraser is not going to be there… he would welcome any new deputy minister to a role which will give them greater autonomy.”
Mr Windsor said there was no evidence Mr Keating had “changed a word” on his stance on the drug war.
“He’s got his views – and I think Mr Fraser would want that.”
“I’ve known him for some time and I can tell you this: Malcolm Fraser’s view is the same as Malcolm Keating’s – it is a position of support for law and order,” Mr Windsor said.
He said it was “disappointing” Mr Fraser had not expressed support for Mr Keating but Mr Windsor said it was not their job.
“We have to work together to get this job done and that’s what we’re doing here,” he said.
Mr Windsor also disputed Mr Fraser’s assertion Mr Keating was making public the position he was announcing at an emergency meeting at Police Council.
“There was never any intention on the part of Mr Keating or any member of the new team to make public the current position of Government,” he said.
“It was not at the meeting that it was announced.”
Mr Keating, who had said Mr Keating would run as deputy premier with the support of some ALP members, resigned from the board of directors of a police union on Tuesday.
Mr Windsor said Mr Keating’s removal from the board was an important step.
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