Live export ban and ABC funding among top priorities, Centre Alliance MP says

The future of the Murray-Darling river system, a ban on live exports, ABC funding and social justice issues will be top priorities for the Centre Alliance’s newly re-elected Rebekha Sharkie, who won the South Australian seat of Mayo in Saturday’s byelections.

The resounding win, with 58.1% of the two-party-preferred vote, is a strong signal that voters, at least in South Australia, are prepared to look beyond the major parties – especially if the independents promise a voice for local issues in Canberra.

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