NSW Opposition Leader Chris Minns sacks MP Tania Mihailuk over failure to abide by parliamentary privilege ‘conditions’


New South Wales Opposition Leader Chris Minns has sacked Bankstown MP Tania Mihailuk for failing to fall into line with his conditions on raising information about potential illegal conduct under parliamentary privilege.

Ms Mihailuk on Tuesday night used parliamentary privilege to allege Canterbury-Bankstown Mayor Kahl Asfour was “tainted” and in cahoots with corrupt former minister Eddie Obeid.

The NSW Labor leader told 2GB host Ben Fordham he had told Ms Mihailuk if she refused to follow the guidelines she would be sacked.

“I’ve spoken to Tania Mihailuk and Kahl Asfour the Mayor of…



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