Palaszczuk government has done everything to ensure the ‘system is rigged in their favour’

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Queensland Labor’s “latest fiddling of the books” by enforcing compulsory preferential voting reflects a “great gerrymander” occurring in the sunshine state, according to Liberal Senator Amanda Stoker.

Queensland Labor Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk claimed a Labor victory on Saturday night, promising supporters across the state a “strong recovery plan”.

The ALP is expected to pick up a few marginally-held LNP seats, whilst the minor parties had vastly different degrees of success.

The One Nation vote collapsed in key electorates the party was targeting, whilst the Greens picked up a seat from former deputy premier Jackie Trad.

Ms Stoker said the latest move by the Palaszczuk government to introduce mandatory preferential voting ensured they would be the “beneficiaries of Green preferences by doing so”.

“It reflects a great gerrymander that’s going on here,” she told Sky News.

“They changed donation laws so only people of their point of view can donate to elections.

“They changed the signage laws so Labor and the unions can have up to 100 signs for their candidate, (but) the Liberal Nationals candidate can have six.

“They have done everything they can to make sure the system is rigged in their favour.”
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