Election 2013 Western Australia March 9

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Announcements by Adele Carles

Thursday, 21 February 2013

Adele Carles is using the love word in her campaign strategy.

Carles is being sued by her Ex Lover and Treasurer Liberal Troy Buswell for disclosing personal details of their relationship.

Thursday, 14 February 2013

Fremantle MP Adele Carles has accused the big parties of trying to avoid the euthanasia issue.

Carles has said MP ignore voters when the matter comes to euthanasia.

Tuesday, 05 February 2013

Adele Carles Statement

Adele  has vowed to introduce legislation into the Legislative Assembly to legalise euthanasia if she is re-elected at the March state election.  She says “the right to die with dignity is central to personal autonomy and bodily integrity – I see it as a fundamental human right.”  

Adele says today’s sad story in The West Australian of MS sufferer Barbara Harrison should send a clear message to all politicians that enough is enough and in a civilised society people deserve to end their lives on their terms.

Sunday, 27 January 2013

Carles Statement

Independent MP Adele Carles has announced that she will re-contest the seat of Fremantle at the election on March 9.

Saturday, 05 January 2013

Adele Carles crticised the WA Government approach to chemicals use in fracking back in 2011.

Her statement:

Thursday, 27 December 2012


“The Environment Minister’s decision to remove limits on carbon pollution imposed by the EPA is unprecedented and hands Kimberely gas hub proponents a licence to pollute” says Independent MP Adele Carles.

Monday, 10 December 2012


Adele stands by her comments.

Tuesday, 04 December 2012


Adele has vowed to continue the fight against a new marina at Port Coogee and has questioned why the Greens’ Fremantle candidate would actively promote something so out of step with community sentiment.

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