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Is McGowan tired or fleeing from scrutiny?

History will not be kind to the WA Covid approach

10 June 2023

9:00 AM

10 June 2023

9:00 AM

The sudden resignation of Mark McGowan as Western Australian Premier leads to one question: why? When another very popular WA Labor premier, Brian Burke, resigned in 1988 to take up the job of Ambassador to Ireland and the Holy See, he, too, was seen as unbeatable and the Liberals at the time were a poor opposition.

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