In the confines of a boardroom bathed in natural light, a major meeting for the future of the country has taken place today.

Hailing from all corners of Sydney, Melbourne and Perth’s inner CBD’s, powerful figures within the resources and financial services sectors have today met to discuss an urgent matter of business.

Who takes the latest crop of federal politicians who get punted from parliament.

Similar to the process which used to happen in commerical radio following the reality TV season, the meeting involves the major stakeholders coming together to allocate certain people to certain organisations.

With the election now only days away, it’s believed strong enough plans can be pencilled in for what to do with a potential outgoing Treasurer who has strong business connections in Melbourne.

Or what to do with a no name Liberal MP who has a foothold in Eastern Sydney and can work any room if he needs too.

Or an outgoing Labor man who has lobbied for the resources sector while his electorate has suffered the consequences of human induced climate change.

“It’s all about who has done what really,” explained one insider who asked to remain anonymous today.

“The private sector has to take them all, because of the back scratching”

“But it’s about how much each of these politicians get as a result of their service,” the insider continued.

“If you’ve helped a coal project recieve government investment under the guise of ‘infrastrucutre’ then you deserve and extra 100k on your consultancy gig.”

“If you done something significant like de-regulate an aspect of the insurance sector that’s allowed for an uptick in profits, than you are looking at a fair bit more than that.”

“Obviously the corporations that have benefit the most are more obliged to stump up the jobs, but we share the load around.”

“It’s all about horses for courses.”

The appointments are expected to be announce quietly in industry specific publications over the next 6 months.

More to come.


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