2017 State Election Commitments from Registered Political Parties

Wednesday, 22 Nov 2017

The RFBAQ has written to all the registered political parties in Queensland offering to support them in developing a platform to support the brigades and volunteers that defend 93% of Queensland.

In the responses received column in the table below are written undertakings from the KAP, LNP, PHON and ALP.

The Civil Liberties, Consumer Rights and No-Tolls Party responded stating – “As a relatively new party we have concentrated our policy development on the key areas of stopping the toll road rort and ending the privatisation of our public assets – so we have not developed specific policies on issues such as yours…..

The Greens did not acknowledge receipt, give a written response to the letter, nor do they have any Law and Order or Emergency Services Policies on their QLD State Policy page.

Click here to see the full 6 RFBAQ Election Commitments.

 Political Party

Registered Officer

Postal Address

Response Received

Australian Labor Party (State of Queensland)

 Evan Moorhead

PO Box 5032 WEST END QLD 4101

 Letter (23/11/17)

Queensland Greens

 Katherine Dall

PO Box 661 ALBION BC QLD 4010

 None to date (22/11/17)

Liberal National Party of Queensland

 Michael O'Dwyer

PO Box 940 SPRING HILL QLD 4000

 Letter (15/11/17)

Pauline Hanson's One Nation Queensland Division

 Pauline Hanson

PO Box 96 LUTWYCHE QLD 4030

 Letter (7/11/17)

Katter's Australian Party

 Thomas Harris

PO Box 1022 TOWNSVILLE QLD 4810

 Letter (17/11/17)

Civil Liberties, Consumer Rights, No-Tolls

 Jeffrey Hodges

77 Mill Road FLAXTON QLD 4560

Contacted Office (1/11/17)

 

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