Trent Zimmerman has conceded it is likely the state party will vote to allow plebiscites in preselection – but it will still have to pass the state executive

Former Liberal state president Trent Zimmerman has conceded that the NSW party is headed towards changing its rules to allow members a say on preselection of candidates.

Since losing the leadership Tony Abbott has been one of the most vocal supporters of the Warringah motion – a proposal to allow members a vote in their local preselection of candidates and office bearers.

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