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Zali Steggall and family law: part of the disease, not the cure

30 September 2019

5:00 AM

30 September 2019

5:00 AM

Independent MP Zali Steggall has put her hand up to sit on the government’s family law inquiry.

She has warned it needs to be “balanced” and “handled sensitively”.

Presumably this is a joke?

Steggall was a barrister specialising in family law before entering Parliament this year, she was part of the system.

She is as far from impartial as it is humanly possible to be.

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