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7NEWS Australia published this video item, entitled “Penny Wong calls on Scott Morrison to kick Andrew Laming out of the Liberal party room | 7NEWS” – below is their description.
Penny Wong has slammed disgraced MP Andrew Laming, calling on Prime Minister Scott Morrison to kick the Queensland backbencher out of the Liberal party room when Parliament resumes next week.
Speaking at a protest outside Laming’s office, the Senate Opposition Leader said the Member for Bowman has a “history of persistent harassment against women”, and that the PM “has a responsibility” to the women “fearful” of Laming’s behaviour.
“Scott Morrison, it’s a test for you next week. If you let Andrew Laming back into your party room and continue to accept his vote, women across this country will see that your words are hollow.” – Penny Wong, Senate Opposition Leader.7NEWS Australia YouTube Channel
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