Barry O'Farrell's shock resignation from his position as NSW Premier has been met with silence from his regional MPs.
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Mr O'Farrell stood down as Premier this morning after after a hand-written note thanking lobbyist Nick Di Girolamo was presented to the Independent Commission Against Corruption.
His Wagga and Murrumbidgee party members - Daryl Maguire and Adrian Piccoli - are yet to return calls to The Daily Advertiser and Junee Southern Cross journalists.
Mr Piccoli was quoted by media sources as saying he believes "It's a shame that one of our (NSW's) best premiers has been brought down over a $3000 bottle of wine."
Furthermore, he lamented the context of the ICAC investigation was to understanding the nature of Obeid family business deals.
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Member for Albury, Greg Aplin, is unable to comment at this time as he is en route to Europe, a spokesman said.
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