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Julie Matheson Party candidate for the Swan Hills Danish Bhowaniah.

Julie Matheson Party signs disappear

JULIE Matheson Party candidate for the Swan Hills Danusha Bhowaniah says since early February 30 of her campaign posters have been taken from the area.

Ms Bhowaniah said some of them had disappeared from areas where they had been put next to Labor and Liberal campaign signs.

She also said WA had exported $1 trillion minerals during a 17-year period and had been left with nearly $40 billion debt.

“What a disgrace cause by the political cartel (Liberal-Nationals, Labor-Greens) running this state for 17 years,’’ she said.

“And they expect us to re-employ them.

“Even worse Canberra and the other states are dining out on GST welfare paid for by hard working Western Australians.

“There’s no effort from the political cartel to stop the rip-off.

“The cartel is protecting their powerbase in the East.

“We are the only Party that will make laws to keep the GST in WA.

“It’s our state tax and we want it back.’’

She said the Julie Matheson Party wanted to improve things for new homeowners.

“We will shut down the Building Commission and the State Administrative Tribunal and replace it with a Civil Law Tribunal,’’ she said.

“No lawyers, no costs.’’

The party also wanted to cut red tape so fair justice was provided to everyone, have tougher laws in the building industry, shut down “shonky” businesses and build the railway to reduce traffic congestion.

She also wanted to reinforce better law and order in Swan Hills, more police on the roads 24/7 instead of office hours, and no more waiting for hours and hours before they turn up.

Making the roads safer for children, worker’s compensation for police officers and replacing the Family Court system were also on her list.

About Anita

Anita Mcinnes received a highly commended in the 2009 WA Media Awards suburban section for her reporting. Two of her sons were born at Swan District Hospital and for many years she was a partner in a small business, which operated in the Gingin-Muchea-Bullsbrook area. As a mature age student Anita studied journalism at Curtin University before working in Busselton, Dunsborough and Rockingham with West Regionals. She says the best part of her job is meeting eastern suburb residents and visiting the many attractions in the area.

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