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Anti-Islam Senate candidate claims she is being discriminated against by bosses
by Heath Aston
A Senate candidate running on an anti-Muslim, anti-immigration platform says she is being discriminated against by her public service bosses over her contentious political views.
Kim Vuga, a one-time participant on the SBS program Go Back to Where You Came From who went on to form the political party Love Australia or Leave, was given seven days to resign by her superiors at Townsville Hospital and Health Service in north Queensland.
In a letter from the chief operating officer of Townsville Hospital, Danielle Hornsby, Ms Vuga was told that section 44 of the constitution requires that a state public sector employee has to resign before contesting an election.
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