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Michael Calautti - Candidate for Pearce

Michael is a proud Western Australian father of four and grandfather of one. Professionally, Michael operated his own business as an Electrical Contractor and for the past 16 years has worked in the Mining Construction Sector as a FIFO Electrical Superintendent.

Michael is standing for the seat of Pearce to highlight the lack of action on Family Law Reform by the current Attorney General, Christian Porter, and the general failure of successive governments to address the biggest issue destroying tens of thousands of families every year. That issue is the Family Law and Court system which has devastated parents and children since its inception in 1975.

Michael is calling for a Royal Commission to be held immediately after the Attorney General's 583-page review failed to mention the victims of Family Law - other than a cursory mention about suicide.  The focus of the Royal Commission should be on children and their guaranteed rights to be raised by both loving parents. Their parents should not be forced to fund expensive legal action to simply move on and should be able to afford to provide their children with two homes to enjoy those relationships.

Michael stands with the WESTERN AUSTRALIA PARTY as he believes there is urgent need for Canberra to recognise and address the needs of Western Australia. He is tired of our state being taken granted and wishes to advocate GST fairness. He states that the revenue discrimination is at the heart of several WA concerns and wishes to make an impactful change through his voice with the Party.

 

 Seat of Pearce

Pearce covers 13,250 sq km area and contains all of the Shires of Beverly, Chittering, Gingin, Northam, Toodyay and York and parts of the Cities of Swan and Wanneroo. The Division includes the suburbs of Aveley, Banksia Grove, Baskerville, Brabham, Brigadoon, Bullsbrook, Carramar, Clarkson, Dayton, Ellenbrook, Henley Brook, Herne Hill, Lexia, Mariginiup, Melaleuca, Middle Swan (part), Mindarie, Morangup, Neerabup, Red Hill (part), Tamala Park, West Swan and Wundowie.

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