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ROBERT PASQUALI - FAIRFAX

Pauline Hanson’s One Nation candidate for the seat of FAIRFAX (QLD)

ROBERT PASQUALI

FAIRFAX - QLD


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Pauline Hanson's One Nation party has endorsed Robert Pasquali, for the Queensland seat of Fairfax. 

The party through Robert wish to build on the underlying sentiment of the Fairfax electorate and present a servant party that people can be confident that will work for the electorate and be trusted to deliver.

Robert’s experience has seen him having held senior management positions within blue chip companies prior to his 20 year experience, up to 2015, spent as a Management Consultant with high profile international change management bodies.

Most recently Robert has worked as an Employment Consultant in the Caloundra and Maroochydore areas with this experience enabling him to understand the inefficiencies of the job market in the region, the opportunities that exist in job candidates better acquiring the skills to be confident and job ready and the differing mindsets of various segments of the unemployed that also required differing engagement strategies.

Robert has also achieved a Bachelor in Business (Marketing) and a Master of Business Administration from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology Graduate School of Business.

In the extremely challenging, highly accountable and varied environment of his Management Consulting roles he was responsible for engaging with companies to implement sustainable change within their operations. His objectives included facilitating and driving positive business outcomes in productivity, efficiency, customer service, skills, quality and profitability. Robert considers himself extremely fortunate that these roles enabled him to be immersed in many different industries including mining, manufacturing, telecommunications, sales, health, banking, and finance across Australia and many other countries. This exposure has enabled Robert to develop a solutions focus that is truly objective, draws on international best practices and is wide reaching drawing upon many varying experiences.

Robert shares the overriding concerns of his electorate about the Nation’s future. His view is that too much change has been introduced too rapidly without appropriate consultation, engagement and buy in with ordinary Australians. Some changes driven from Federal level lack obvious long term benefits i.e. selling off of large segments of prime agricultural land to foreign interests and an uncontrolled immigration flow. Robert believes that this ‘change for changes sake’ is not necessary and that the next 3-5 years should be about consolidating our nation internally and globally. Robert says “Let’s stabilize the turmoil that we already have over the next 5 years and make sure that our Governments better plan the next stages of major change by listening and learning from the mistakes that they have been imposed on us in recent times!”

Robert also identified the inequality of the job market within disadvantaged groups including younger Australians, family carers returning to work after child or aged care responsibilities and people over the age of 50. He asks “Why are these established groups disadvantaged when jobs can be acquired for newer arrivals by Government negotiation as per the commitments made regarding the incoming Syrian refugees? Will these jobs come at the expense of current Australians?” Robert is absolutely resolute in his passion in building the availability of jobs for his electors and in dismantling policies introduced by recent Governments that are robbing Australians of jobs i.e. rorting of 457 visas and the levels of uncontrolled and unrequited immigration. Creating jobs by attracting businesses to the region to enable the life benefits associated with full employment remains a non-negotiable deliverable for Robert. 

In terms of political leaning Robert, after being a major party voter over many elections, gravitated to Pauline Hanson’s One Nation not only because of his disillusionment with the major parties but also his total alignment to the Party’s Constitution and his belief in the party leader. Robert says “Pauline Hanson has proved that she is truly devoted to achieving the best outcomes for Australia and Australians”.

Robert’s objective is to listen to his constituents so that he can carry their voices, concerns and stated requirements to Canberra and begin re-establishing what Members of The House of Representatives should be i.e. trusted servants of the people. Robert wishes to work with his community to develop a Reporting Model so that the people of Fairfax can prioritise issues and keep track of how their objectives are progressing through frequent open communication. This will drive accountability and focus. 

Robert states “A large number of current MPs are out of touch with reality because they have made a career in politics not a mainstream job. Robert believes that whilst they may have learned the art of politics they know precious little about hard work and accountability for their personal performance. 

Robert believes that this is the time we need hard working leaders and it is problematic if the current parliamentary model is facilitating this. Robert states “An MP needs to be accountable day to day not just every 3 years at election time. Hopefully the model developed within Fairfax will eventually be implemented across all electorates in the future as Australians deserve that their elected officials work hard for them on local issues and not just get elected through the vagaries of the established two large party system”. Pauline Hanson’s One Nation party presents a viable option to protest against the two large parties and have elected representatives who care, have integrity and can be trusted to ‘do the right thing’.


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