Pauline Hanson

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Full Name Pauline Hanson
Age 66 Years Old
Nick Name Hanson
Gender Female
Famous As Politician
Birth Date May 27th, 1954
Birth Place Woolloongabba, Queensland

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Pauline Hanson is an Australian politician who is the founder and leader of Pauline Hanson's One Nation Party (PHON). She is currently a Senator representing Queensland in the Parliament of Australia. Hanson entered politics as a member of Ipswich City Council in 1994 when she stood for the council to oppose the funding of a new library. Hanson was a member of the Australian Parliament from 1996 to 1998. She supports banning Muslim from Australia as she believes that Muslim people are funding terrorism. At the 2016 Australian federal election Hanson was elected to the Senate, representing Queensland.

The obvious flaw in the Coalition's position on Pauline Hanson

Speculating about what sort of money One Nation may be able to gain from the NRA, One Nation Senate candidate Steve Dickson ponders, in the Al-Jazeera documentary How To Sell A Massacre, what could be done with millions of dollars of NRA support. Ms. Hanson's chief of staff, James Ashby, observes that if One Nation was able to pick up $10 million of funding "you would pick up eight Senate seats". Senator Hanson who was not involved in the NRA meetings themselves told voters on Thursday this was all an elaborate sting by a foreign influence, the Qatari Government while failing to see the irony that this sting exposed operatives of her own party working out whether they could exploit another foreign influence for the party's gain. For the rusted-on Pauline supporters, the whole affair will have only reinforced their support for the One Nation leader. For the less firm One Nation voters, who have moved their votes from the major parties in disillusion, it is more likely to send them in search of other minor parties or independents, rather than back to the major parties.

Early Life, Nationality, Birthday, Ethnicity, Education, Family, Siblings, Wikipedia of Pauline Hanson

Hanson was born as the fifth of seven children and youngest daughter to John Alfred "Jack" Seccombe and Hannorah Alousius Mary "Norah" Seccombe. She was born on 27 May 1954 in Woolloongabba, Queensland. Her birth name is Pauline Lee Hanson. Her present age is 64 years she will be celebrating her 65th birthday as of 2020. Her brother's name is Steven Hanson, Kerry Hanson, Tony John Hanson, and sisters name is Betty Hanson, Elaine Margaret Hanson, Maree Hanson. As like her father, her nationality is also Australian. Her ethnicity is white and religion is Christianity. Her star sign is Gemini. She attended Buranda Girls' School, later attended Coorparoo State School in Coorparoo until she ended her education at age 15, shortly before her first marriage and pregnancy. 

Body Measurement of Pauline Hanson

Hanson has a very sweet and attractive body build still in her mid-60s. She had well-maintained body figure. She stands 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighs about 75 kg. She has short hair with red color and she had a pair of gorgeous green eyes. Her other information regarding body measurement will be updated soon.

Career Highlights of Pauline Hanson

  • Hanson worked at Woolworths before working in the office administration of Taylors Elliotts Ltd, a subsidiary of Drug Houses of Australia where she handled clerical bookkeeping and secretarial work at age of 14.
  • In 1978, Hanson met Mark Hanson, a tradesman on the Gold Coast and married in 1980. They established a construction trade business.
  • Hanson entered politics as a member of Ipswich City Council in 1994 when she stood for the council to oppose the funding of a new library.
  • In 1996, she joined the Liberal Party of Australia and was endorsed as the Liberal candidate for the House of Representatives electorate of Oxley based in Ipswich for the March 1996 Federal election.
  • In her maiden speech to Parliament in 1996, Hanson appealed to economically disadvantaged white Australians by expressing dissatisfaction with government policy on indigenous affairs.
  • In 1997, Hanson founded One nation party after her election to parliament.
  • Hanson decided to contest Blair at the next federal election in 1998 but, despite winning a plurality (36%) of the primary vote, the distribution of preferences led to her losing to the Liberal candidate.
  • In 1998, the resurgence of popularity of Hanson was met with disappointment in Asian media due to her views on Asian Immigration.
  • Hanson resignation from politics in 2002 was met with support from academics, politicians and the press across Asia.
  • On 20 August 2003, a jury in the District Court of Queensland convicted Hanson and David Ettridge of electoral fraud.
  • In 2004, Hanson appeared on the nationally televised ABC interview show Enough Rope where her views were challenged.
  • In 2006, Hanson made racial slurs against African immigrants and after ten years, its effect was still being discussed within a racism framework.
  • In 2007, Hanson publicly backed Kevin Andrews, then Minister for Immigration under John Howard, in his views about African migrants and crime.
  • In 2013 Hanson announced that she would stand in the 2013 federal election.
  • In November 2014, Hanson announced that she had returned as One Nation leader, prior to the party's announcement, following support from One Nation party members. 
  • In 2015, Hanson claimed that Halal certification in Australia was funding terrorism.
  • After the 2017 Westminster attack, she repeated her stance on banning Muslims from entering Australia.
  • On 17 August 2017 Hanson received criticism after wearing a “burqa”, which she claims "oppresses women", into the Senate. Attorney-General George Brandis got a standing ovation from Labour and Greens senators after he gave an "emotional" speech.
  • On 15 October 2018, Hanson moved that the Senate to acknowledge anti-white racism and "It's OK to be white".
  • On 22 March 2018 Hanson announced that One Nation would back the Turnbull Government's corporate tax cuts.

Awards of Pauline Hanson

There is no available information regarding Hanson's awards and achievement but it will be updated soon.

Married or Single or In A Relationship? Is she lesbian Or Not? 

Hanson is not married now. She was married to Walter Zagorski in 1971 and Mark Hanson in 1980. Marriage with Mark was ended in 1987. She had numerous relationship after divorced with Morrie Marsden, Rick Gluyas, David Oldfield, and Chris Callaghan. But her last known relationship was with Tony Nyquist. There is no information regarding her current relationships and affair. Her sexual orientation is straight and she is not a lesbian.

Know About Her Children:

Hanson has 4 children. From the marriage of Hanson with Walter Zagorski are son Stevan Zagorski and Tony Zagorski and from marriage with Mark Hanson are son Lee Hanson and Adam Hanson.

Net Worth And Salary

Hanson's estimated net worth is $6 million and her salary is under review. Her salary will be updated soon. She is very satisfied with her profession and its income.

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