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Staying with federal politics, and deputy Greens chief Mehreen Faruqi says her social gathering will transfer to formally censure One Nation chief Pauline Hanson when federal parliament resumes on Monday, September 26.

Final week, Hanson advised the NSW senator to “pack your luggage and piss off again to Pakistan”. The remark was made after Faruqi wrote on social media that whereas the Queen’s family and friends have her condolences, she can not mourn the chief of an empire “constructed on stolen lives, land and wealth of colonized peoples”.

Hanson’s feedback stay on Twitter. Faruqi is reportedly contemplating a criticism to the Human Rights Fee.

“Individuals who appear to be me have been advised to return to the place they got here from at one level or one other,” the Greens senator says.

“I’ve copped it extra occasions than I can depend. However the harm and sorrow it causes by no means lessens.

“When parliament sits on the twenty sixth of September, the Greens will transfer to censure Pauline Hanson. If parliament is to be a protected office, we have to ship a transparent message that this hostility to migrants and other people of shade is not going to be tolerated.”

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