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Federal Labor MP Anthony Byrne has resigned from his role as deputy chair of the Parliamentary Joint Committee

Victorian Labor member Byrne has resigned from his role as deputy chair of the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and…

By Trench Times , in Australia , at October 15, 2021 Tags: , , ,

Federal Labor MP Anthony Byrne has resigned from his role as deputy chair of the Parliamentary Joint Committee

Victorian Labor member Byrne has resigned from his role as deputy chair of the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security (PJCIS) on Thursday. This comes just days after he gave his testimony before Victoria’s Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission (IBAC) on alleged branch stacking in the state’s Labor party.

Anthony Byrne – the federal Labor MP who admitted to branch stacking in Victoria – has quit as the deputy chair of Parliament’s joint Intelligence and Security Committee.

Labor MP Anthony Byrne has quit his role as deputy chair of the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security, days after his testimony before the Victorian IBAC on branch stacking in the state Labor party.

What people are saying?

Verner Verass Unlike the LNP …Labor have principles they live by: This bodes well for Australia’s future ~ the prospect of an ethical government. To do the right thing has more power to win hearts and minds than getting down in the gutter with the unprincipled.


Josh Butler
Anthony Albanese says he’s recommending that Jenny McAllister replace Byrne as PJCIS deputy chair and add Peter Khalil to the committee. “I thank Mr Byrne for his important contributions to this Committee in Australia’s national interest”

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