Senate debates

Thursday, 17 October 2019

Questions without Notice

Prime Minister

2:51 pm

Photo of Kristina KeneallyKristina Keneally (NSW, Australian Labor Party, Deputy Leader of the Opposition in the Senate) Share this | Hansard source

My question is to the Minister representing the Prime Minister, Senator Cormann. In an article in this morning's TheAustralian entitled 'It's Brian Houston, and the Prime Minister does have a problem', Niki Savva said:

Taxpayers and voters have every right to know who was there—or not—and why, and media has a duty to ask. It is not gossip, and it is everybody's business, not just the Prime Minister's.

Why has the Prime Minister repeatedly refused to deny reports that he sought to have Brian Houston invited to the White House?


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