Letter to the Editor by Tim Mander MP


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Queensland's business people have delivered a devastating verdict on Annastacia Palaszczuk.

The CCIQ Suncorp Pulse Survey has revealed that business conditions in Queensland are even worse than they were in the GFC.

Confidence in Queensland's economic future has also collapsed.

The Palaszczuk Labor Government has already given Queensland the highest unemployment rate in the nation, with almost 180,000 people now looking for a job.

Labor has also delivered the highest number of bankruptcies in Australia.

The Queensland economy is in serious trouble – and Labor is responsible.

Labor slashed $9bn from the infrastructure budget and is refusing to fund important projects across the state – with the exception being Treasurer Jackie Trad's South Brisbane electorate.

Annastacia Palaszczuk's fake fights with Canberra over project funding splits is grinding infrastructure spending into the ground.

There is $3.3 billion in projects that are either not being built or are on the backburner because the Palaszczuk Labor Government refuses to work with the Federal Government.

Those projects alone would generate 10,200 jobs and provide a pipeline of work for Queensland's construction industry.

It's clear Labor has no plan for our economy after five years of failure - but the LNP does.

The LNP will create jobs and improve job security by building better roads and new dams, cheaper electricity prices and guaranteeing no new taxes.

Tim Mander
LNP Deputy Leader and Shadow Treasurer

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