Minister: LNP to be 'vindicated' at coming state election

Education Minister John-Paul Langbroek
Education Minister John-Paul Langbroek AAPDAN PELED

THE LNP Government will be "vindicated" by Queenslanders at the next election, a senior minister has claimed, batting off any comparison with the one-term Victorian Liberal government.

Education Minister John-Paul Langbroek said the government's "strong plan" and "team" would see "Queenslander's putting their faith in us at the next election".

He said Prime Minister Tony Abbott, who was rarely seen during the Victorian campaign as the Napthine government sought to shake off voter discontent with its federal counterpart, would be welcome in Queensland.

Labor won a comfortable victory in Victoria, relegating the Liberals to a one-term government for the first time since 1955.

But Mr Langbroek said Queensland's conservative government had no such concerns.

Read more at Brisbane Times



Topics:  john-paul langbroek lnp politics queensland

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