Katter justifies no confidence in Miller


Katter justifies no confidence in Miller

The Katter’s Australian Party (KAP) insists its vote of no confidence in Queensland’s embattled police minister has nothing to do with a string of bungles she’s been under fire over.

KAP state leader Rob Katter said his party sided with the Opposition over the narrowly defeated motion on Wednesday night because Jo-Ann Miller refused to consult with the firearms industry over a national review.

“We had about seven attempts to have a meeting with the minister … (and) I finally got a meeting with the minster that wasn’t productive,” Mr Katter said.

“That was neglect of the position and neglect of a large industry that’s out there that you may not agree with, but they deserve to be listened to.”


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