Moore stands firm on conflict claims

Mines and Petroleum Minister Norman Moore today stood firm against pressure to sell BHP Billiton and Woodside Petroleum shares held in his wife's superannuation fund.


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"I find it quite offensive that people are saying because I am married to someone that they have to do what I tell them," Offensive because it is irrelevent. Some times it is easier to oppose your opponents if you misrepresent what they are saying. The real issue is that if you want to be a minister you should not be in a position to benefit (say, by being married to a person with an interest such as shares) or even be seen to be in a position to benefit. Minister, your failure to put yourself in an independent position is disgusting; your lack of understanding of the conflict issue is hilarious.

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