Fraser endorsed as qld new deputy premier and former police minister, but said he did not think he was suitable for top-level posts because of his work with drug gangs.
He described his view of Mr Turnbull as “sensible” and supported him to fight for federal reform of immigration and asylum policy after it was released by his party in November.
Mr Duncan described Mr Abbott as “one of the most illiberal premiers you will ever see… he is a person who wants to break A바카라ustralia apart”.
The Nationals leader said he was still “extremely proud of the fact we’re having the best relationship with our Australian colleagues”.
“As one of these prime ministers, I want to work with them but I’ve got to say he has got to make sure what he is doing is right,” he said.
‘I never felt more safe than today’
He described Mr Abbott as “a man who has always been open-minded and respectful”.
“We’ve had great relationships on the economy, on the environment, on the infrastructure issues. I haven’t seen him over the years as particularly hostile,” he said.
“He is a really, really good guy, and he comes along우리카지노, a person who has always been open-minded and respectful and always was in the back room with his team… always listened to everybody.”
Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Mr Duncan said he felt Mr Turnbull was one of the “very best” premiers he had known
However, Mr Duncan said he did not find any common ground with Mr Turnbull and was very sceptical about many of the issues he addressed in the 2016 federal election.
“I do think he’s got some very important points of view, which I think he can be as prime minister but I know there are differences,” Mr Duncan said.
“I never felt more safe than today.”
The Nationals leader said he shared many beliefs with Mr Turnbull, such as the need to increase funding for education in states like NSW, and support Indigenous Austrapronxalians.
“When we’re looking to improve schools across Australia, it’s vital we increase our education funding,” he said.
Mr Duncan said Mr Turnbull reminded him of Michael Foot, the anti-gay Australian politician he ran against in the 2016 election.
Mr Duncan described the state of relations between the two leaders as “very interesting”.
“He’s great. As soon as we crossed swords in the early months of 2015 he becam