Party’s rising star says ALP needs ‘to have a close look at ourselves’ as Daley faces pressure after election loss
The Kogarah MP, Chris Minns, is likely to challenge Michael Daley for the leadership of the New South Wales Labor party, but first he needs to hang on to his multicultural seat in the wake of Daley’s damaging comments on Asian migration during the state election campaign.
“I am not going to rule anything in or out,” Minns told the Guardian. “We will have been in opposition for 12 years [at the end of this term] – that’s an eternity. We need to have a close look at ourselves, not just the leadership but also at our policies.”