One Nation WA Leader Colin Ticknell confirmed on record that Pauline Hanson will visit Mandurah to host a forum on family law reform on the 12th, August.
Hundreds of local residents are expected to turn up to discuss family law or child support issues, as Ms Hanson plans to fight for a Royal Commission Into Family Law.
The party claims on average 3 men commit suicide per day, and 1 woman murdered every week due to family law issues.
PHON also says more than 21,000 family law cases are back logging at the court system to date, with high legal costs and children often used as pawns of psychological attack against parents.
The child support system was also accused of failing to support children, and grandparents are not permitted to see their grandchildren.
Mr Ticknell says it’s important that members of the public to participate the discussions.
He says the party is trying to push for a royal commission federally and a selective committee in WA.
“When I came into Parliament 2 years ago, we made a promise that we are going to take this head on,” Mr Ticknell said.
“We’ve been building this up, we have undertook a lot of work and talked to a lot of people. This forum isn’t about personal stories or how bad it has been on our society.”
“We know that five Australians died a day because of the muck up of family law and child endowment and all the things that go with that.”
Mr Ticknell is calling for proper inquiry into the matters of child support both state and federal systems.
The forum will be held at 5:30PM in the Mandurah Peel Convention Centre on the 12th, August, 2019.
Senator Pauline Hanson, PHON WA Members including Colin Ticknell and Robins Scott, former WA Law Reform Commissioner Professor Augusto Zimmermann, and Family Law Solicitor Scott Parker will attend the forum.