The CFMEU national executive has thrown its support behind John Setka.


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The CFMEU nationwide govt has thrown its help behind John Setka.


Controversial union boss John Setka has filed for an pressing injunction to stop his expulsion from the Labor Occasion.

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The top of the Victorian division of the CFMMEU goes to the state’s Supreme Court docket in a bid to stop a movement to take away him as a delegate over feedback he allegedly made about anti-domestic violence campaigner Rosie Batty.

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In courtroom paperwork Mr Setka has pleaded for a movement by Labor chief Anthony Albanese to be stopped as a result of expelling him from the celebration would stop him being an efficient advocate for the union and its members.

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