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Mooner and the two Macs

Posted by: Paul Entwistle | 8 February, 2013 - 1:03 PM
Barry MacKinnon, Paul Murray and Jim McGinty.

6PR and the Morning program have assembled a panel of experts to help dissect and analyse the announcements and policies of both parties during the lead up to the March 9 state election. Click here to meet the panel and be part of the conversation.

 

In the Middle

Paul "Mooner"Murray

As host of the Morning program, and former editor of the West Australian Newspaper, Paul Murray has crossed swords with just about every politician WA has had in the last 30 years. Paul has never shied away from an argument and in many cases has been able to find one where no one thought to look. 

 

From the Left

Jim McGinty, Former Labor Attorney General

 Jim McGinty has travelled the highs and lows of politics in his 20 year career. Jim has held ministerial portfolios including Attorney General, Housing, Construction, Services and Heritage and he knows what it takes to rebuild a party having served as leader of the opposition from 1994 to 1996.

 

From the Right

Barry MacKinnon, Former Opposition Leader

 

 

 

 

Barry MacKinnon became Leader of the Liberal party in 1986 and sat in opposition for six years through three Labor premiers - Brian Burke, Peter Dowding and Carmen Lawrence. His replacement, Richard Court, became Premier after only nine months as Opposition Leader.

 

 

 

Listen to the latest analysis of both parties week of campaigning as we edge closer to the March 9th election.

 

 

 

Paul Murray and the panel discuss the seats to watch during the March 9 state election.

 

 

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