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Australia COVID-19 provided 'rich and fertile ground' for political attack against Qld Labor

16:15  31 october  2020
16:15  31 october  2020 Source:   skynews.com.au

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Sky News Contributor and former Queensland Premier Campbell Newman says the coronavirus pandemic has helped rather than hindered the Liberal National Party’s election chances.

Sky News host Kieran Gilbert suggested the odds were stacked against Opposition Leader Deb Frecklington due to a trend where incumbent government’s have benefited politically during COVID-19.

However, Mr Newman pointed out the Labor government’s handling of the pandemic was “rich and fertile ground for political attack”.

He acknowledged while retirees might gravitate towards Palaszczuk’s “ultra-cautious approach,” many people understood the pandemic has been “extremely bad for their livelihoods”.

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He cited the cancelling of ANZAC Day ceremonies and the “callous and cruel treatment of people who wanted to get into Queensland for compassionate reasons,” as unpopular decisions made by the Labor government.

Annastacia Palaszczuk looking at the camera © Provided by Sky News Australia

“Those are things that could have been far more strongly prosecuted to take away that (COVID) advantage for the premier,” he said.

Mr Newman also highlighted the fact that prior to the coronavirus, the LNP’s primary vote “would not have got them across the line”.

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