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Politicians called out for not attending War Memorial ceremony

Jim Wilson
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Last week’s Last Post ceremony at The Australian War Memorial has received criticism from Labor’s Luke Gosling, calling out federal politicians for not showing up and paying their respects.

With a rumoured number of only 17 politicians showing up to Canberra, it’s caused quite the controversy.

Member for Lindsay Melissa McIntosh was present at the ceremony and told Jim Wilson, “There’s a number of reasons why MP’s and senators were not able to attend on this particular occasion”.

Agreeing that there should have been more parliamentarians at the ceremony Ms McIntosh hopes Luke Gosling’s comments were not a “political play”.

“It’s a good opportunity for MP’s on all sides to go back into the community and make sure that we’re attending our services.”

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