Workplace policy after election not before: Liberal candidate
Liberal candidate for Gilmore Ann Sudmalis has angrily told voters that she will not discuss workplace relations policy until after the elections, the ABC reports.
When quizzed on the LNP’s industrial relations policies Sudmalis reacted angrily, saying: “any workplace relations legislation is on the table after the election not before.
“It is exactly as it is right now right through to the election and it will be reviewed after the election and that has been made perfectly clear to everybody.”
The NSW Nurses and Midwives Association’s Annette Aldrick had asked the Liberal candidate the question and Ms Aldrick said she was shocked by the heated response.
“I’m really surprised actually at how angry she got and at the fact that she that it was something to be discussed after the election,” she said.
“Surely it’s something that needs to be put out to the public before the election so that people can make an informed choice now.