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20 August, 2009
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Mr C.J. BARNETT: We wait with bated breath for the candidate for Canning to declare her hand on uranium and to declare her hand on Oakajee. If she gets elected—a remote possibility—what will she take to Canberra? Will she take the lead on road safety? That will be interesting. We will have more to tell our federal colleagues. Will she take the key policy of Labor at the last election? Do members remember the policy that shattered the world? Remember the policy: we will close the bar at Parliament! Will the member take that policy to Canberra? Will that be part of her plan? We can only wait and see.

Ms A.J.G. MacTiernan: You’re pathetic! I ask you to check Don Randall’s record, mate. You’d better check it before you open your big gob!

Several members interjected.

The SPEAKER: Members on both sides, I realise you have had a chance to be invigorated over the winter recess and are back full of enthusiasm, bright-eyed and bushy-tailed. Some of you have too much enthusiasm. I give the call to the Leader of the Opposition.

WESTERN AUSTRALIAN EMPLOYMENT — SKILLED MIGRANT VISAS

578. Mr E.S. RIPPER to the Premier:
They are running scared in Canning already!

Several members interjected.

The SPEAKER: Thank you, members.

Subject: Uranium Mining – Lake Maitland Project / Western Australian Employment – Skilled Migrant Visas [Legislative Assembly – Questions Without Notice]

Date: 11 August 2009

Hansard reference: pp. 5630-5631 [online (pdf)]

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