A new Liberal Government will not override state vegetation laws

A new Federal Liberal Government would not legislate over the states to negate tough vegetation management laws proposed by the Queensland Labor Government.

In answer to a question from the floor at a landowners rally at Lakeland, near Cooktown, Senator Matthew Canavan said an incoming Liberal Government would not interfere.

This response falls into line with the original vegetation laws imposed on Australia by former PM John Howard, as a signatory to the UN Agenda 21 agreement.

Opposition Leader Bill Shorten has stated a Labor Government would wipe out any soft vegetation laws enacted by Queensland, conversely prompting a call for the Liberals to remove harsh laws.

Farmer’s organisation Agforce has warned all landowners the state could be virtually shut down by the ALP causing the loss of thousands of jobs and costing primary industries tens of millions of dollars in lost revenue.

Indigenous communities would be the hardest hit, according to spokesman Noel Pearson, who maintains that generational white farmers also have ‘land rights.’

The Member for Kennedy Bob Katter said KAP in State Parliament would do whatever it could to block vegetation bill, due to be debated in August.

Shorten and Turnbull-The Liberals will not counteract draconian vegetation laws proposed by a new Labor Government

Shorten and Turnbull-The Liberals will not counteract draconian vegetation laws proposed by the State Labor Government

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Posted on June 30, 2016, in aborigines, agenda21, agriculture, ALP, Farmers, General, International Treaties, Liberal National Party, Liberal Party of Australia, malcolm turnbull, National party and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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