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Twenty years hard Labor

12 November 2022

11:10 AM

12 November 2022

11:10 AM

On November 22, Daniel Andrews will mark exactly twenty years as a member of the Victorian Parliament. Just four days later, voters will decide if he will get another term as Premier. That’s another four years of Daniel Andrews.

Before analysing the appalling prospect of his re-election, let’s pause to consider what it was that brought Andrews to office as a Member of Parliament way back in 2002?

Could it have been a deeply held commitment to public service? A ‘moral’ conviction to assist those less fortunate than himself? A determination to seek a cosy ‘taxpayer-funded’ public sector role to advance the interests...

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