Sudmalis confirms Workchoices will be considered by Abbott
The Gilmore Liberal candidate for Ann Sudmalis has either let the cat out of the bag on industrial relations under a Federal Liberal government, or doesn’t understand her own party’s polices.
Either way, she’s not fit to be hold the seat.
Either way, an Abbott government is a risk.
Don’t vote Liberal this federal election.
Sudmalis backtracks on workplace relations comment | Illawarra Mercury.
The Liberal Party was in damage control yesterday after its Gilmore candidate, Ann Sudmalis, raised the spectre of a return to WorkChoices if the Coalition wins the election.
Despite repeated statements by Opposition Leader Tony Abbott that WorkChoices was “dead and buried”, Mrs Sudmalis told a meet-the-candidates forum in Bomaderry on Wednesday that changes to workplace relations legislation would be reviewed. Mrs Sudmalis made the comment while reacting to a question about the future of penalty rates from the Shoalhaven secretary of the NSW Nurses and Midwives Association, Annette Aldrick.
“Any workplace relations legislation is on the table after the election not before …” Mrs Sudmalis said.
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Work Choices “dead and buried’? Did I read that right?? I remember a gentleman by the name of John Howard saying that about the GST