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Abalinx 24 March 2018 Peter Adamis  

Welcome to the first of a series of Liberal Victoria political articles that may be of interest to subscribers and visitors alike.  The aim of the series to encourage members, subscribers and visitors alike to contribute to the State of Victoria and return it to its former glory. A copy of the article may be downloaded by clicking on: Welcome to Victorian Liberals at Abalinx

This is a personal attempt on my part and my final tribute to the Liberal Party as a non-active member. It is the third time that I have come out of retirement to assist in whatever capacity I can using my own resources. I have never asked nor received any funding for such campaigns as I am a great believer in the Aussie give and take and being tolerant with others who have follow a different ideology and outlook on life.

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Political articles from previous editions can also be viewed by visiting the Political section on Abalinx. Articles regarding Matthew Guy may be viewed by visiting the section, Victorian Election 2018.   

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It has been my experience that during any election year, differences amongst the factions are put aside in order to win government. However despite moving forward and embracing new and emerging technologies, some of us have clung to the paradigms of a bygone era not willing to see what is on the other side of the hill, so to speak. I must confess that despite my love of change and of new technologies, I too have occasionally fallen into the depths of comfort and complacency.   I returned back from treatment after some seven months of recuperation hoping that all was well on the political scene and that the factions had finally reconciled and were working with Matthew Guy, the Opposition leader and Michael Kroger, President of the Liberal Party.  Unfortunately I was in for a rude awakening.

I find that individuals have gone off on a trip of their own, not following protocols, the constitution, leaking information, creating new faction groups, attempting to manipulate members, threats and intimidation, illegal email correspondence being distributed to members from the Administrative Committee, infighting, accusations, character assassination’s and so forth. Therefore over the next few months I intend to write on subjects that may be of interest to members. This shall be my final contribution towards the Liberal party.

STATE ASSEMBLY

Metropolitan Male (15 positions)      Fred Ackerman, Peter Angelico, Sean Armistead, Joshua Bonney, Lou Bougias, Peter Bravis, Marcus Brown, Luke Corcoran, Luke Fitzgerald, Con Frantzeskos, Grant Hutchinson, Mark Jarzebowski, Hamish Jones, Lee Jones,Luke Jusup, Jonothan Kachab, Nicholas Lamanna, Matthew Lesh, Marcus Li, Francis Ling, Philip Liu, Keiron Long, Cameron Manassa, Canada McCarthy, Sali Miftari, Steve Millard, Daryl Minter, John Morrissey, Marcus Pearl, James Penny, Mike Pountney, Charles Pruden, Ian Quick, Brendan Rowswell, Gideon Rozner, David Solly, Paul Sukkar, Leo Talbot, Philip Tan, Darrel Taylor, Garry Thompson, John Varano, Oliver Walsh, Elliot Watson, Heath Wilson, Toby Wooldridge, Blake Young.

Country Male (15 positions)    David Baird, James Baldwin, Reagan Barry, Aaron Bingham, Kenneth Bryce, Tony Cantwell, Blake Dunne, Cameron Eastman, Charles Everist, Anthony Garner, Ian Head, Steve Holland, Martin Ireland, Aaron Lane, Carl Leeworthy, Robert Lowe, Camillus O’Kane, Xavier O’Kane, Luke Pocock, John Renyard, Bevan Ringer, Alexander Ross, Anthony Schneider, Ian Smith, Jonathan Thelen, Leon Travis, Samuel Tshisekedi, Ben Vallence, Matthew Verschuur, Matthew Wilson, Ben Zerbe.

 Metropolitan Female (15 positions)    Kate Ashmor, Susie Bartlett, Stephanie Bastiaan, Kate Beaumont, Ann Bitan, Julie Brooks, Marcia Coleman, Georgina Downer, Felicity Frederico, Glenda Frost, Vicki Grove, Yvonne Gu, Emma Halliday, Ginger Hansen, Caitlin Hardy, Tracey Ibrahim, Georgia Letten, Irene Ling, Gladys Liu, Toafa McCarthy, Jan Millard, Jenny Mulholland, Avanti Oberoi, Karina Okotel, Leirosa Patterson, Raylene Pearce, Noel Pink, Marijke Rancie, Jeannette Rawlinson, Sara Rowswell, Judith Snodgrass, Carmel Talbot, Susan Turner, Ser-Lein Wan, Cynthia Watson, Jess Wilson.

 Country Female (15 positions)   Mary Aldred, Janet Baird, Deborah Bastiaan, Joy Bishop, Louvaine Bos, Eliza Braaksma, Karen Chipperfield, Jeanette Clark, Charley Daniel, Claire Dempsey, Joan Donovan, Barbara Downs, Meg Edwards, Kaye Farrow, Rita Garner, Robyne Head, Joanna Hill, Deborah Keiller, Margaret Lenan Ellis, Beverley McArthur, Amanda Millar, Fiona Ogilvy-O’Donnell, Joanna O’Kane, Kelly O’Kane, Helen Phillips, Heather Renyard, Georgina Ross, Melissa Tshisekedi, Joan Vanderhorn, Katie Weepers, Norma Wells.

AGENDA COMMITTEE

Metropolitan Male (1)
Fred Ackerman
Peter Angelico
Sean Armistead
Zach Bassanetti
Keiron Long
Garry Thompson

Country Male (1)
David Baird
Charles Everist
Matthew Verschuur

Metropolitan Female (1)
Roshena Campbell
Jan Millard

Country Female (1)
Joanna Hill
Kelly O’Kane

 Peter Adamis is a Journalist/Social Media Commentator and writer. He is a retired Australian military serviceman and an Industry organisational & Occupational (OHS) & Training Consultant whose interests are within the parameters of domestic and international political spectrum.  He is an avid blogger and contributes to domestic and international community news media outlets as well as to local and Ethnic News.  He holds a Bachelor   of Adult Learning & Development (Monash), Grad Dip Occupational Health & Safety, (Monash), and Dip. Training & Assessment, Dip Public Administration, and Dip Frontline Management. Website: abalinx.com Contact via Email: a[email protected] or via Mobile: 0481 342 79

 

 

 

 

 

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