Rev Fred Nile explains why he is opposed to the expulsion of the Governors
Written by ACM   
Wednesday, 02 March 2011

The Rev Fred Nile, the leader of the Christian Democrats in New South Wales, has played a major role in the Legislative Council of New south Wales.

He has opposed the expulsion of the Governors from Government House since this was first announced by the then Premier, the Hon. Bob Carr.

Mr. Nile addressed a rally in Macquarie Street Sydney called by ACM on 30 January, 1996.  

This was one of the largest and most peaceful demonstrations seen in Sydney in recent years, and indicated state -wide disapproval of the measure.

He has also strongly argued against the expulsion in the New South Wales Parliament.

In this two-part interview with Professor David Flint, he explains why he is so opposed to the expulsion of the Governors from their domain.

 




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