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The Palaszczuk legacy: terrible for Queenslanders, appalling for women

11 March 2024

12:24 PM

11 March 2024

12:24 PM

The Inala by-election, which will decide on a replacement for Annastacia Palaszczuk in Queensland’s Parliament, is scheduled for March 16, which is a little over a week after International Women’s Day (in case you somehow missed it). One suspects this date has been selected in part for political effect. What is certain is that the Labor candidate will be stressing how important it is that she is elected to continue the legacy of the former female Premier.

However, the Palaszczuk legacy is in need of serious reassessment.

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