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Australia Premier acts on embattled SA Liberal MP

13:05  14 february  2020
13:05  14 february  2020 Source:   msn.com

Liberal MP Sam Duluk to return to Parliament for first sitting day since inappropriate conduct claims

  Liberal MP Sam Duluk to return to Parliament for first sitting day since inappropriate conduct claims The South Australian Equal Opportunity Commissioner says she cannot reveal if she has received any formal complaints against Liberal MP Sam Duluk, who is facing claims of inappropriate behaviour against his parliamentary colleagues. The embattled backbencher is set to return to the South Australian Parliament on Wednesday for the first sitting day of 2020, along with all South Australian MPs, including SA Best MLC Connie Bonaros. require(["inlineoutstreamAd", "c.

SA Premier Steven Marshall says he didn't know about police investigations into MP Sam Duluk (R). Allegations a South Australian Liberal MP behaved He told state parliament last week he deeply regretted his behaviour at the Christmas event and that it caused offence and distress to others.

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Embattled South Australian MP Sam Duluk has been banished from the Liberal Parliamentary Party as investigations continue into his inappropriate behaviour at a pre-Christmas party.

Police confirmed on Friday they investigating an allegation of basic assault against Mr Duluk.

Premier Steven Marshall said further allegations regarding incidents involving Mr Duluk have also been brought to his attention.

"This new information, combined with reports of a police investigation into Mr Duluk's behaviour, renders his position in the Liberal Parliamentary Party untenable," Mr Marshall said in a statement.

"Accordingly, I have advised Mr Duluk that he is no longer to participate in any meetings of the Liberal Parliamentary Party."

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