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Farrer’s candidate for the United Australian Party Clive Palmer has decided to stay away for his wife | District News

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The wife passed away from her husband as Faroese candidate from the United Australian Party of Clive Palmer due to citizenship issues. Julie Ramos will run for office after her husband Louis leaves because he may have violated section 44 of the federal constitution, which deals with candidates in elections. Mr. Ramos was born in Sydney to a French mother who registered him as a French citizen, so he had to legally decide his citizenship status before running in the election. Until the poll was completed, he stayed away, and Mrs. Ramos decided to take the place of Environment Minister Susan Leigh. IN OTHER NEWS: Ms. Ramos said her impetus was the mandate to vaccinate against COVID-19. A resident of Litana has had her contract with the New South Wales Department of Education teaching terminated after she refused vaccinations. “I’m not against the vaccine because I’ve had a lot of them, but I can’t judge this vaccine,” Mrs. Ramos said. “I’m happy to look at it when there is more information, but at a time when COVID-19 is feverish, I don’t understand why there is no change when so much is out of work and others can’t get back to work.” . Ms. Ramos is now working in the hospitality industry after being involved in a failed lawsuit in the Supreme Court of New South Wales challenging the mandate for COVID, which was implemented by State Health Secretary Brad Hazard. She is the mother of three boys aged 16, 13 and 9 and moved to Litan in November 2019. Our journalists work hard to provide local, up-to-date news for the community. Here’s how you can access our trusted content:

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