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Ferny Grove to be the decider?

Amy Remeikis writes in the Brisbane Times 4.2.15) that:

‘Who leads Queensland could hinge on the outcome of Ferny Grove, as both major parties edge closer to making a deal with the crossbench.

‘The Electoral Commission of Queensland said on Wednesday it would continue counting votes while electoral commissioner Walter van der Merwe considered his legal position over disqualified Palmer United Party candidate Mark Taverner.

‘Long-time Sunshine Coast independent Peter Wellington and Katter Party MPs Rob Katter and Shane Knuth have cloistered themselves in parliament, meeting with representatives of the major parties as they make their case to govern.’

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