The week that was
The week that was
See what our Members of Parliament, Senator Fraser Anning, Honourable Bob Katter, Robbie Katter, Shane Knuth and Nick Dametto got up to this week.
Fraser Anning, Senator for Queensland
- I accompanied Bob Katter to the announcement of the KAP Candidate for Wentworth Robert Callanan
- Continued to campaign against the so called ‘Safe-Schools’ program which teachers our children radical trans-gender ideology. You can watch my speech in Parliament here
- I moved a motion calling on multi-partisan support for the implementation of an Australian Military Covenant. It passed with strong support from all sides of the Parliament. Now it is up to the Government to act and enshrine in legislation the Covenant.
- I attended the Brisbane Community Forum, where I highlighted the importance of Freedom of Speech.
Robbie Katter, State Member for Traeger
- This week Robbie attended a number of meetings, media commitments and electorate duties which included attending the National Police Remembrance Day Service in Mount Isa on Friday morning
- He also responded to the scathing CCC report on the Premier’s decision to cut KAP staff
Nick Dametto, State Member for Hinchinbrook
- Attended a Forrest Beach Recreational Boating and Tourism Committee meeting to discuss proposed boat ramp and jetty on Monday night.
- Joined the celebrations at the Lower Herbert Halifax Lions Club 55th Anniversary dinner on Tuesday night.
- Attended a Civic reception to welcome delegates to Townsville from the Australasian Ethics Network Conference on Wednesday night.
- Spent some time with residents at the Canossa Aged Care Services near Ingham on Thursday.
- Paid his respects at a National Police Remembrance Day service at St Clare’s Catholic Parish in Tully this morning before attending an Ingham service that afternoon.
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