Green opposes Libs’ MRT policy, sells out the NW Coast on mining…again

Bryan Green has again sold out his own electorate and the mining industry by attacking the Liberals’ policy to relocate MRT services to Burnie, a policy warmly welcomed by the mining industry and the Minerals Council.

Rather than standing up for Braddon, Mr Green has yet again shown he is more concerned about doing what the CPSU tells him.

Labor’s attack on our policy is completely baseless. We have been clear that the core samples would remain in Hobart, because they are used by a range of people from amateur geologists to DIER and Hydro.

In fact, over the past 14 years, the Government has spent millions of dollars digitising the core library so that it can be accessed anywhere, anytime, which as Minister, Mr Green should know.

To suggest that MRT won’t be able to easily access the core library is simply wrong and yet another example of the desperate scare campaigns that we expect from Labor.

Moving MRT to Burnie is all about doing what’s in the best interests of the mining industry. We’ve been clear it’ll happen gradually over four years and that no one will be forced to move if they don’t want to.

It’s a shame Bryan Green is attacking it, but sadly it shows that he has sold out Braddon before, he’s sold out the mining industry before and he is quite prepared to do it again.

– Adam Brooks MP, Shadow Minister for Mining

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