Jeremy Buckingham is a 48-years-old Australian Politician from the Australia. his estimated net worth is $1 Million to $5 Million Approx. Jump into read his life Facts, Wikipedia and biographies Details
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According to the wiki and biography of Jeremy Buckingham was born on 22 November 1973 in Australia. let’s check out the Jeremy’s personal and public life facts, Wikipedia, bio, spouse, net worth, and career details.
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Buckingham contested the 2019 election as an independent. He ran on a platform of climate action and pressuring the market on gas. He also said he would team up with an independent candidate who would run against Jenny Leong in the lower house seat of Newtown.
Buckingham was unsuccessful in retaining his seat at the election. He announced on 26 March 2019 that he would retire from public life.
In November 2018 Greens MP Jenny Leong used parliamentary privilege to accuse Jeremy Buckingham of sexual violence toward a staff member whose job he then allegedly threatened, and following this the Greens NSW State Delegates Council passed a motion calling for Buckingham to resign due to violations of their sexual harassment policy. In retaliation Buckingham threatened other party members and candidates with defamation proceedings if they supported the former staff member.
In December 2018, Buckingham resigned from the Greens NSW. His resignation followed a motion passed by more than three quarters of the Greens’ branches asking that he step down from the 2019 election ticket following an allegation of sexual assault and other claims of internal bullying. Buckingham claimed that the allegations had seen party processes “abused and co-opted for factional purposes” and that the allegations had not been substantiated.
In October 2016, Buckingham tabled a motion in response to U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump’s recently leaked statements. This included the phrase stating the NSW parliament “agrees with those who have described Mr Trump as ‘a revolting slug’ unfit for public office”. The president of the upper house, Don Harwin, found the term “revolting slug” was not unparliamentary language. The motion was passed.
Buckingham initiated Australia’s first parliamentary inquiry into coal seam gas. Buckingham introduced bills into the NSW Parliament attempting to restrict mining. The “Coal Seam Gas Moratorium Bill 2011” sought a moratorium on the granting of exploration licences for coal seam gas. The “Responsible Mining (Protecting Land, Water and Communities) Bill 2012” seeking to prohibit exploration and mining of minerals and petroleum in urban areas, National Parks, and drinking water catchments.
Buckingham was elected convenor of the Central West Greens in 2008, a position which he held until 2011.
After a back injury rendered him unfit for heavy lifting, Buckingham enrolled and completed an Advanced Diploma in Ecological Agriculture and Land Management at the University of Sydney, which he completed in 2006. He continued to work as a stonemason until his election to state parliament in 2011.
Buckingham was the sixth candidate on the Greens’ Senate ticket for the 2004 Australian federal election. He contested the lower house seat of Calare in the 2007 and 2010 federal elections without success. Buckingham was then preselected to third spot on the Greens’ Legislative Council ticket in the 2011 state election. He was locked in a close race with Pauline Hanson and the Nationals for the final spots. After preferences were distributed he was elected with 2,437 votes ahead of Pauline Hanson, and 1,306 votes ahead of Sarah Johnston of the National Party.
Buckingham unsuccessfully contested the state Legislative Assembly seat of Orange in the 2003 and 2007 state elections. Buckingham was elected to the City of Orange council in 2004 and re-elected with an increased vote in 2008. He was the first member of the Australian Greens elected to a council west of the Great Dividing Range. As a councillor, he implemented Australia’s first stormwater harvesting project for drinking water supply, initiated the city’s first statement of commitment to the Aboriginal community, fought against homophobia and for the rights of same sex couples, campaigned to protect an agricultural research station from developers, and fought to protect water supplies from the Cadia gold mine that operates on the outskirts of Orange.
Buckingham relocated to Orange in the central west of New South Wales in 1997 with his wife Sarah, where he worked as production manager for monumental stonemason McMurtrie & Co. In his time at the stonemason, Buckingham worked on public works such as the Australian War Memorial in London, the Federation Square project and the Sydney Olympic Games site.
In 1994 Buckingham fronted heavy metal band Amplifire as singer, with other band members including his brother Jessie ‘Tambo’ Buckingham, as well as Michael Kell and John Salter.
Buckingham moved to Sydney in the mid 1990s, where he worked as forklift driver, hardware store salesman and builders’ labourer.
Jeremy Nova Buckingham (born 22 November 1973 in Tasmania) is a former Australian politician. He was a member of the New South Wales Legislative Council from 2011 to 2019. He was a Greens member from 2011 to 2018, but resigned from the party on 20 December 2018. He was unsuccessful in retaining his seat in the Legislative Council in the 2019 state election.
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|Real Name||Jeremy Nova Buckingham|
Age, Birthdate, Religion, and BirthPlace
|Age (2021)||48 Years|
|Date Of Birth||22 November 1973|
|Food Habits||Not Available|
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In Feet: not available
In Pound: not available
Jeremy Buckingham Personal Life, Spouse, Wife
|Marital Status||not available|
Jeremy Nova Buckingham Net Worth
The Jeremy Nova Buckingham Estimated Net worth is $80K – USD $85k.
|Monthly Income/Salary (approx.)||$80K – $85k USD|
|Net Worth (approx.)||$4 million- $6 million USD|
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