Abalinx 26 March 2018 Peter Adamis
Senior members of the Victorian Division of the Liberal Party have voiced their concerns at Ian Quick’s, emails being distributed to Party members whilst a member of the Administrative Committee.
A source advised on the proviso of anonymity that Ian Quick is to be investigated for leaking information to the media on the inner workings of the Administrative Committee decisions. A copy of the article may be downloaded by clicking on: Quick to be investigated
Members are saying that Ian Quick’s emails are creating divisions amongst the party at large and have accused him of harming Matthew Guys opportunity of winning government at the next State Election. A copy of the article may be downloaded by clicking on: Quick to be investigated
Matthew guy is concerned that these side shows by Quick are a destabilising influence on the alliances created by Michael Kroger over the past twelve months. Michael Kroger has been traversing the Victorian countryside keeping members up to date with their plans for the future.
Ian Quick’s emails should they continue may cause to undermine the leadership in Victoria may have a ripple effect and flow onto Malcolm Turnbull who is currently trailing struggling to keep his coalition together.
The Australian in a recent News poll indicated that Turnbull is approaching his 30th poor poll rating since taking office, mirroring his predecessor Tony Abbott.
State Director Nick Demiris could not be reached for a statement. The State Director is believed to be in consultation with members of the Administrative Committee on how to handle the nefarious “Quick” emails to party members.
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