The long-running stoush between Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and KAP state leader Robbie Katter shows no sign of ending.
Mr Katter has refused to answers of an apology from lawyers acting for the premier and instead has sent to the Director of Public Prosecutions saying the Premier had breached the Criminal Code.
"I think it's fair to stay that the average person would expect that if someone has broken the law then they should answer for their actions in court," Mr Katter said.
"If we let legal technicalities or the profile of the accused be an excuse to let them off the hook than we may as well not have the laws in the first place."
Mr Katter said two QCs including the head of the Queensland Crime and Corruption Commission said there was evidence the Premier has broken the law.
"If this evidence is not tested in court I think this is a huge breach of the public's trust and demonstrates that the law in Queensland is not applied evenly," he said.
The stoush dates back to September last year after the Premier withdrew four parliamentary staffers from the KAP when Mr Katter refused to condemn comments by then-KAP federal Senator Fraser Anning (who subsequently left the party) over his infamous "final solution" speech.
Later that month Mr Katter said he had legal advice that the Premier was in breach of sections 60 and 78 of the Criminal Code by withdrawing staff from the KAP and referred the matter to the CCC.
Last week Mr Katter told the ABC in Brisbane Ms Palaszczuk's lawyers had demanded an apology for his accusation, an apology he refuses to give.
In his new letter to DPP Michael Byrne, Mr Katter said the case was about the fundamentally important doctrine of separation of powers
"To dismiss this matter without resolution through the independent and impartial processes of the judiciary would deprive the public of reassurance that their interests are protected and their confidence in all three branches of Government is not misplaced," Mr Katter said.
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