Gary Humphries appointed Deputy President of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal

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ATTORNEY-GENERAL George Brandis has announced that Canberra’s former Senator and Chief Minister Gary Humphries has landed a very juicy job as Deputy President of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal.

The most recent Remuneration Tribunal determination puts the total remuneration in the order of $460,000 a year which is nice work if you can get it.

Sticking to the party line despite being knifed by Zed Seselja has its upsides it seems.

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