Australian Motoring Enthusiast Party Consolidates Support
The Australian Motoring Enthusiast Party (AMEP) Senator-elect Ricky Muir today said his party had signed a memorandum of understanding to work together and vote in line with the Palmer United Party in the Senate.
Mr Muir, from Central Gippsland in Victoria, said he was determined to get a better deal for his party’s constituents by joining with the Palmer United Party’s elected Senators Glenn Lazarus (Queensland), Jacqui Lambie (Tasmania) and Dio Wang (Western Australia).
“Voting as a united team and working together with the Palmer United Party means we will have a stronger voice in the Senate,” he said.
“This means I can serve my constituents more effectively.
“With three extra Senators working together, I will be able to achieve more than I would have on my own for the people of Victoria and Australia.”
Mr Muir said with the Palmer United Party and the AMEP holding the balance of power in the Senate, the Government needed to provide adequate resources to ensure good government was achieved.
“The Palmer United Party Senators are happy to support our motoring policies, allowing us to maximise our influence with motoring legislation,” Mr Muir said.