Australia Jim Molan sworn in as NSW Liberal Party senator

03:25  25 november  2019
03:25  25 november  2019 Source:   skynews.com.au

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Jim Molan has been sworn in as a senator for the New South Wales Liberal Party.

The former major-general will return to the Senate after losing his seat at the May election.

Senator Molan ruffled feathers in NSW after running a below the line campaign that attracted a record number of individual votes.

Despite the campaign displeasing several National Party figures, Senator Molan was the overwhelming favourite to replace Arthur Sinodinios, who is headed to Washington to become Australia's new US Ambassador.

Senator Molan will serve the remainder of Mr Sinodinos's six-year term which expires in June 2022.

The former major-general said he would not re-nominate himself after that point. 

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