- Treasurer Matt Keane said he did not intend to challenge the prime minister and said the government was ready to pull itself out of the scandal.
- Perrottet’s colleagues backed him up, with Roads Minister Natalie Ward saying the case did not represent a man she knew.
- Labor leader Chris Mings has not asked his rivals to resign.
“That’s about to happen.”
“The people who did this are horrible cowards. They should come out of the swamp they live in,” he said.
But this seems doomed to failure, with Mr Borsak outnumbering MPs from the major parties, including Labor, and they are unlikely to support the push.
This led to the resignation of two parliamentarians after Borsak refused to apologize or resign for his comments.
On Tuesday, he said 2GB Perrottet made a mistake and his apology seemed genuine.
https://www.sbs.com.au/news/article/nsw-treasurer-matt-kean-rules-out-leadership-spill-after-dominic-perrottets-nazi-uniform-scandal/nnlh84qh7 New South Wales Treasury Secretary Matt Keane rules out leadership drain after Dominic Perrotet’s Nazi uniform scandal