For finch's sake! Be straight with Queenslanders

January 25, 2019

Commissioning last-minute environmental reports into obscure bird or lizard species is straight from the green-left’s playbook and the Queensland Premier Anastacia Palaszczuk should be called out for wilfully obstructing the Adani mine.

Conservative Party Queensland Senate candidate Lyle Shelton said if the Premier no longer supports the mine, she should say so rather than trying to use bureaucratic process to kill of North Queensland jobs.

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"It would be better if the Premier was honest about her party’s views on coal mining rather than commissioning an anti-coal environmentalist to look at the impact on Black-throated Finches," Mr Shelton said.

“This is an exercise in further delaying or destroying the project and the jobs that go with it,” he concluded.

Late last year, Conservative Party leader Cory Bernardi told Paul Murray Live on Sky News, Labor needs to be honest with the public for once about coal.

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