Greg Hunt, Alan Tudge and Michael Sukkar will reportedly have to explain why they shouldn’t be charged with contempt after appearing to criticise sentencing of terrorists

Three senior federal Liberal MPs will reportedly have to explain to the Victorian supreme court why they shouldn’t be charged with contempt over comments they made relating to terrorist sentences.

The human services minister, Alan Tudge, the health minister, Greg Hunt, and the assistant treasurer, Michael Sukkar, have all been ordered to appear in court in Melbourne on Friday, Fairfax Media has reported.

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