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CONTENDER: Dean Nalder brings an impressive political pedigree to his role, and may be a contender for Liberal leadership when Colin Barnett moves on. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Nalder talk drives succession plan

A recent interjection in the Legislative Assembly by opposition frontbencher Paul Papalia didn't make it into Hansard, but it went to the heart of the issue that is becoming an increasing talking point in state politics.Recently appointed Transport Minister Dean Nalder was extolling his government's record on road construction and public transport when Mr Papalia called out: "Make him leader now".

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