Personality political parties don’t work

June 26, 2018

With Pauline Hanson’s One Nation collapsing again and Nick Xenophon’s NXT changing names both federally and in South Australia, the evidence is increasingly convincing that political parties based around personalities stand for nothing.

The Conservatives’ lead Senate candidate for South Australia Rikki Lambert says the Conservative Party has principled, common sense policies that will provide the best political outcomes for Australia.

Mr Lambert has told Adelaide radio station FIVEaa most personality-based parties have no real policy direction – and Nick Xenophon’s parties are a glaring example of that.  

Picture: Former NXT leader Nick Xenophon and One Nation leader Pauline Hanson

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