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LNP Plans $1 Billion in Private-Sector Builds

Opposition leader Deb Frecklington has shifted focus from fighting to reopen Queenslands borders to electioneering with a pledge to sign-off on $1 billion (US$695 million) of infrastructure projects if she wins office.

The Liberal National Party will team with the private sector to deliver a raft of new public-private projects by 2024, Frecklington said.

She said her party would be “focused on construction – not obstruction” as she positioned herself to depose Labors Annastacia Palaszczuk at the Oct 31 election.

“I want to partner with industry to unleash the potential of private-sector investment and create jobs right across Queensland,” she said.

“Its time to declare Queensland open for business again and encourage investors to back our great state once again.”

Frecklington has also promised to deliver a budget and cancel the Christmas leave of senior public servants in theRead More – Source