Troy Aggett the One Nation candidate for Blair.
Troy Aggett the One Nation candidate for Blair.

BLAIR: Troy Aggett, One Nation

TROY Aggett, from Brassall, has been endorsed as the Pauline Hanson's One Nation candidate for Blair.

Before joining the One Nation team several years ago, Troy was a dedicated member of the Australian Federal Police. He was involved in high security assignments, counter terrorism operations (domestic and overseas), transportation of refugees and personal protection for senior politicians including the Prime Minister and certain overseas dignitaries. Troy Aggett's skills also saw him credited in finding a major loophole within a security framework, which was being flouted by operators under the security umbrella.

"I firmly believe in a fair go for all and I am greatly disappointed with the leaders of this great country," he said.

"I have personally written hundreds of letters over the years asking for answers from our politicians and all have fallen on deaf ears.

"If elected, I will be able to question their motifs on the floor of Parliament where they cannot hide.

"One Nation is the only political party that holds dear the principals, policies and standards which are important to me and what I believe Australia desperately needs to get back on track.

"I can relate to Pauline Hanson as she too has stood up for what she believes in and has been bullied for it."

- Troy Aggett, sourced from: onenation.com.au.



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