Premier’s broken election promises: free money, free coal and free water for Adani
The Palaszczuk government has reportedly just made a deal to give away $320 million dollars-worth of Queensland's coal, for free, to an Indian mining giant.
Queensland Labor is continuing Campbell Newman’s policies and breaking their election promise to protect the Reef and not give away Queenslanders' taxpayer money to an Indian billionaire.
We’re joining together at the Premier’s electorate office to show her that Queenslanders won’t stand for broken election promises and free money, free coal and free water for Adani's disastrous Carmichael coal mine.
WHEN: Friday 19th May, 12pm-12:30pm
WHERE: Premier Palaszczuk's electorate office. Shop 101 Business Centre, Richlands Plaza Cnr Archerfield & Old Progress Rd, RICHLANDS QLD 4077
WHAT: A show of our outrage over this deal and broken promises.
Bring a creative sign and your outrage and join us at 12pm.
May 19, 2017 at 12pm - 12:30pm
Premier Palaszczuk's electorate office
Cnr Archerfield & Old Progress Rd
Brisbane, Queensland 4077
The Morrison Government just caved to pressure from Adani and signed off on a crucial water plan. Can you call Labor Leader Bill Shorten and Shadow Environment Minister Tony Burke and ask them to commit to review Adani's approvals if Labor wins government in the upcoming federal election?