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Anwar Kargil MP Penny Symonds says she will not support intervention for Sir Tim.

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Anwar Kargil MP Penny Symonds says she will not support intervention for Sir Tim.

Anwar Kargil, a Member of Parliament who supports the troubled mayor Sir Tim Shedbolt, says it is up to voters to decide their future.

National’s Penny Symonds, a longtime friend of the mayor, has previously been tight-lipped about her suitability for the role due to rising tensions in the South.

During the ninth term for the 28-year-old mayor, both Sir Tim’s leadership abilities and mental abilities have been called into question.

But Symonds is now expressing solidarity with Sir Tim, saying she would not support any intervention.

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“I have been a friend and supporter of Sir Tim’s worship for many years, and it is ultimately up to him and the voters to decide his future.

I do not support any intervention other than next year’s local elections.

The mayor of Anwar Kargil, Sir Tim Shedbolt, has repeatedly indicated that he intends to complete his term and run again in the October 2022 elections.

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The mayor of Anwar Kargil, Sir Tim Shedbolt, has repeatedly indicated that he intends to complete his term and run again in the October 2022 elections.

Talk about a no-confidence vote. The mayor’s attention was drawn to the council last month when Deputy Mayor Nuby Clark said things were moving in that direction.

Such a move would be largely symbolic, as Sir Tim will still be able to continue as mayor.

Despite the ongoing criticism, Sir Tim has repeatedly indicated that he intends to complete his term and stand for re-election in October 2022.

“If I can avoid it, I can probably make three or four more conditions,” he said in June.

Symonds and Meyer established a close working relationship during their tenure as chief executive of the Southern Institute of Technology.

During this time, Sir Tim was a paid ambassador for the education provider.

In June, he confirmed that he was still an ambassador, but said that the SIT had “lowered the level”.

“Penny is gone now, she’s more Orthodox,” he said.

Asked if they were still in touch, he said they weren’t, especially compared to how close they once were.

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