LIA FINOCCHIARO MLA
LEADER of the Opposition
Leader of the Opposition
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This election, Territorians can vote for Country Liberal Party Government that will work tirelessly to drive job creation, tackle crime to make our community safe and play to our key economic strengths to create opportunity for all Territorians, Opposition Leader Lia Finocchiaro said today. “A CLP Government will reignite our can-do Territory spirit by supporting Territorians and businesses who want to have a go,” Mrs Finocchiaro said. “My Government will fast-track water security to support supply and economic development. We will set a course to generate reliable clean energy and transmit it to the nation, along with developing our vast mineral resources to build the Territory’s wealth.
We will connect the Territory with infrastructure. “We will cultivate our agricultural potential, support pastoralists and increase exports of fresh food. A blueprint will be developed to reboot the Territory as the best natural, cultural and experiential tourism destination on earth. We will fix the budget by ending the waste and growing our economy. “No business or project should come out of the COVID-19 crisis waiting on Government to act before they can take the next step.
We will ensure the public service and private sector work in partnership as we are all in this together. “To ensure community safety we will empower our police, and put victims, not offenders, first. “To achieve our economic goals and bring people to the Territory we have to once again be the frontier of job and investment opportunities, and to keep people here, they must feel safe, have access to the best health and education, and have the freedom to enjoy our lifestyle. “The CLP team is a capable, experienced and diverse group of Territorians who are determined to make a difference and secure a future for us and for our children. I believe the Territory can be the envy of the nation. I ask all Territorians to help us realise this vision,” Mrs Finocchiaro concluded.