Aboriginal leader and former Labor Party National President Warren Mundine has been picked in an online poll to succeed Tim Soutphommasane as the new Race Discrimination Commissioner - a position the Conservative Party would like to see scrapped altogether.
Soutphommasane finished his term last month and the position was advertised by the Attorney-General’s Department with a salary of $346,250 offered to the successful applicant for a possible seven-year term.
While Conservative Party policy is to abolish the Human Rights Commission and the associated Race Discrimination Commission, party leader Cory Bernardi has told Paul Murray Live on Sky News he hopes common sense prevails in Attorney-General Christian Porter’s appointment.
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