‘A matter for the NSW Liberal Party’: Payne refuses to endorse Deves in Warringah | micksfoley
Senior NSW Liberal Marise Payne says Katherine Deves started an ‘important discussion’ over trans rights in sport but refused to endorse the party’s candidate.
AdvertisementForeign Minister and Minister for Women Marise Payne and Liberal candidate for Warringah Katherine Deves.But NSW Treasurer Matt Kean, said on Friday night that there should be “no place for bigotry in a mainstream political party, let alone anywhere” and
InsidersLoadingDeves was selected as the Warringah candidate by a committee of three – Morrison, NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet and former party president Chris McDiven – on the eve of the election,She is battling incumbent independent Zali Steggall who won the formerly blue-ribbon seat from Abbott in 2019.
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micksfoley You can't expect a Liberal minister to have an ethical opinion. They only follow orders. micksfoley Australia Election 2022: How Marise Payne & that other plodder, Linda Reynolds, got to be ministers in Australia's national government is the 8th Wonder of the World... micksfoley Towing the party line smothers the democratic process.
micksfoley MarisePayne why is it NSW Liberals issue - she was one of Scooty boys “Captains Picks”. It’s his issue and his alone micksfoley A matter for the NSW Liberal Party...say Liberal Senator for NSW, member of the NSW Liberal Party, married to one of the panel who inserted this woman as a candidate, sitting in Cabinet with her PM from NSW who was also on the panel... You.cannot.make.this.LNP.shit.up.
micksfoley Well clearly it’s not as it’s a “captain’s pick”. Why does the media not focus on this point when questioning senior federal LNP ministers? micksfoley
NSW Treasurer calls for Liberal candidate in Warringah to be dumped over 'vile' commentsNew South Wales Treasurer Matt Kean tells the ABC Katherine Deves, the Liberal candidate for Warringah, has 'got to go' over her comments about transgender people. Twitter are outraged. Just on that fact alone, I'd assume most Australians agree with her. It truly is disgusting how so many people are trying to delete women and replace them with trans men. The only answer is to create an extra gender. Women have suffered enough.
NSW Liberal treasurer tells party to dump anti-transgender candidateBut party conservatives want to keep Katherine Deves as the candidate for Warringah, who was chosen by Prime Minister Scott Morrison. Like this guy👇 For “party conservatives” read rich old white Christian men wearing suits and reading the financial review. مورخ لکھے گا وہ تین سال اقتدار میں رہنے کے بعد جب اترا تو اس کے پاس جلسہ فنڈر بھی نہیں تھے مگر اس نے قومی خزانے میں 22 ارب ڈالر چھوڑا تھا وہ ملک کا 22 واں وزیراعظم تھا اس نے اپنی 22 سال کی جدوجہد کو حلال کر دیا🇵🇰❤ امپورٹڈ_حکومت_نامنظور
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to save articles for later.New South Wales Treasurer Matt Kean has called on Liberal candidate for Warringah Katherine Deves to be disendorsed over comments about transgender people, telling the ABC "she's got to go".to save article Share NSW Treasurer Matt Kean said the Liberal Party should stand down its candidate for the Sydney seat of Warringah, Katherine Deves, because her campaign to restrict transgender athletes from competing in sporting competitions was a form of bigotry.to save articles for later.
Normal text size Very large text size Advertisement Minister for Women Marise Payne has refused to endorse the controversial Liberal candidate for Warringah, amid an escalating internal battle in the party to disendorse Katherine Deves over her controversial remarks about transgender children and LGBTQ issues. Prime Minister Scott Morrison and former PM Tony Abbott have backed Deves and said she is standing up for women’s rights in her campaign to not allow transgender women to compete in female sports. Ms Deves is the hand-picked Liberal in the seat once held by former prime minister Tony Abbott. Foreign Minister and Minister for Women Marise Payne and Liberal candidate for Warringah Katherine Deves. “These kinds of horrendous views are not okay, and I’m sure the voters of Warringah agree,” Mr Kean told The Australian Financial Review on Saturday. Credit: Mixed But NSW Treasurer Matt Kean, said on Friday night that there should be “no place for bigotry in a mainstream political party, let alone anywhere” and have warned the controversy could cost votes in other seats. Mr Kean, who is a leader of the moderate faction in New South Wales, told the ABC there should be no room for her views inside the Liberal Party. Payne, who is also the Foreign Minister, was asked repeatedly on ABC’s Insiders program on Sunday if she personally, as a senior member of the NSW branch of the Liberal Party, thought Deves should be dropped as a Liberal candidate but declined to offer a definitive opinion. “When people come to mum and say, ‘You’ve got to tell James to do this,’ she says ‘well, do your children do everything that you tell them to?’.
“Ultimately that is a matter for the Liberal Party here in NSW,” Payne said. "There is no place for that vile bigotry in a mainstream political party or quite frankly anywhere. Mr Kean’s comments were first reported by the news website news. Loading “I don’t share Ms Deves’ comments that she has made, but importantly she has apologised and withdrawn those views and as the prime minister said yesterday, in public life, we do have to be very careful about the way we express our opinions. “Ms Deves is the Liberal candidate and that is the approach we are taking." Katherine Deves also described transgender children as "surgically multilated and sterilised" in now-deleted tweets last November.” Deves was selected as the Warringah candidate by a committee of three – Morrison, NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet and former party president Chris McDiven – on the eve of the election, . Some leading conservative party members are trying to protect Ms Deves. Advertisement She is battling incumbent independent Zali Steggall who won the formerly blue-ribbon seat from Abbott in 2019. "I've always loved 20th-century history and I think many people would say to themselves, 'I'd never been to villages that stayed quiet, while the trains went past or whatever, I would have been part of the French Resistance, the underground, you know, I would be one of those people'," Ms Deves said in a YouTube video. As the child of Army parents, the family moved around the country every two years or so.
Deves runs a lobby group, Save Women’s Sport, which opposes the inclusion of trans women in women’s sport. She has tweeted that “half of all males with trans identities are sex offenders” – a claim that has been refuted – and on her now-deleted Twitter account she called trans children “surgically mutilated and sterilised” and said she was triggered by the rainbow flag. "This is the moment in my life, where I'm going to have to stand up and say something against the status quo and against the establishment and say 'I don't think this is right'. “I very much admire her and can’t understand the pile on from people who claim to be supporters of women’s rights. Payne said Deves had raised important issues. “I don’t agree with the remarks she made, I’ve made that explicitly clear." Views shared, deleted, condemned When asked about her views earlier this week and before the video was reported on, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said Ms Deves raised "important issues and he "shares" her views. I do believe there needs to be a discussion in relation to the participation of transgender [women] in sport,” she said. “If he doesn’t, he’s once again chosen his party over our community,” she tweeted. As Griffin eats breakfast - smashed avocado on toast - at the Bella Vista Cafe in Manly, getting mouthfuls in between many questions, his passion for the environment is evident.
“We need to look at fairness, at safety and inclusion in terms of women in sport. Election news:. This is a discussion that we should be having, it is a discussion that a number of the codes have already engaged in across Australia and internationally.” Kean, a senior member in the NSW branch, said “the Liberal Party should be about building a better country for everyone not dividing people based on their identity”. “I feel like this is like a fight against a hydra,” Ms Deves said in a video broadcast on Channel Ten news on Friday. Morrison said on Saturday ”I don’t share Matt’s view, I share Tony Abbott’s view, I’m not joining that pile on.” “The comments that Katherine has made obviously were insensitive, and she’s admitted that,” he said. Credit: Nick Moir Advertisement Growing up, Griffin’s parents emphasised community and participation.
“This is a woman standing up for women and girls in sport. Chop it off, and bury it under a rock. That is the primary issue she has raised. There are ways she has expressed [that] in the past that she no longer feels comfortable with.” Financial Services and Superannuation Minister Jane Hume said in an interview with Sky News on Sunday that Deves had used “inappropriate language” but her commitment to the women’s sport cause was “admirable” and she had done the right thing by withdrawing her remarks. is the senior correspondent. “She is a very passionate woman. In 2017, then-Manly member Mike Baird announced he was stepping down and backed Griffin, then 32, as his replacement for the safe Liberal seat.
She is very committed to ensuring that women and girls can compete in sport on an equal and fair basis. Loading “The comments that she made on social media have gone, they have been withdrawn, she agrees that they were wrong. But her commitment to the cause remains and I think that that is admirable,” Hume said. On .