Bureaucratic salaries account for more than 40% of Qld budget

Member for Buderim and Queensland One Nation Leader Steve Dickson believes Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has brought democracy to it’s knees in Queensland after refusing to answer a Question Without Notice during budget week claiming it was actually two questions.

“On Wednesday I asked the Premier ‘While every day Queenslanders and businesses are finding it difficult to pay electricity bills and keep their heads above water financially, how many Queensland government employees are receiving taxpayer funded salaries in excess of $200,000 per annum?’ It was a very straight single question”, Mr Dickson said.

He added, “In part the Premier replied. ‘There are a couple of questions there; I will take the last one first. I am happy if the member wants to put that question on notice and I will get back to him about it. I do not have that information off the top of my head.’ There were not two questions, only one. It was a question about the number of government employees on salaries in excess of $200,000 when considering that so many people struggle to pay their power bills!”

One Nation Qld MP Steve Dickson with Pauline Hanson, embarrasses Premier over bureaucratic salaries

“The Premier was obviously rattled by my question, as I understand salaries account for more than 40 per cent of the entire state budget. But more particularly it’s the high priced bureaucrats Queenslanders should know about. I asked the question two days ago. The Premier needs to answer the question before she heads overseas tomorrow. Queenslanders deserve an answer”, Mr Dickson said

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Posted on June 22, 2017, in Corporate Government, Corporate policy, One Nation Party, Pauline Hanson and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. If Politicians want to have high salaries they should pay a different TAX specifically for that group not the tax that Millionaires pay BUT a Tax for the Positions they hold..

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