& # 39; Thank you for the advice partner & # 39 ;: Anthony Albanese has a stabbing comeback for the former Prime Minister in Queensland after being accused of sitting on the fence about Adani
- Worker Anthony Albanese was accused of sitting over the fence on Adani
- He was called by the outspoken former Prime Minister Campbell Newman from Queensland
- The leader struck back with a pervasive remark about Newman's history in the government
The new labor leader, Anthony Albanese, shot back with a stabbing remark to a former Prime Minister in Queensland after being accused of sitting on the fence of the Adani coal mine.
Campbell Newman called up the left-wing leader while visiting Queensland this week as he tried to win back voters in the solar state.
The former prime minister of the former liberal folk party of Queensland killed Mr. Albanese because he refused to support the project, which may have cost federal labor an election victory.
The new labor leader, Anthony Albanese, shot back with a stabbing remark to a former Prime Minister in Queensland after being accused of sitting on the fence of the Adani coal mine
Campbell Newman (pictured with his wife Lisa Newman) called on Mr Albanese because he refused to support the project, which was a hot election problem and perhaps Labor even cost the victory
& # 39; If you visit Qld today and you cannot fully and unequivocally bring yourself back to our coal industry and support, then you and the ALP have not listened, "he said on Twitter.
But Mr Albanese quickly returned with a pervasive comment about Mr Newman's history in the government, who saw him win a landslide in 2012 and only lost his Brisbane seat in Ashgrove three years later.
& # 39; Thanks for the advice size, but you went from 78 to 42 seats in one term including losing your own seat and @QLDLabor went from 7 to Govt # JustSaying & # 39;
The newly elected leader is in charge of reclaiming areas in northern and central Queensland that have been abandoned Labor during the federal elections on the controversial mine.
Labor lost Herbert's seat in Townsville, with a fluctuation of 8.3 percent, because the National Party attracted 11.5 percent fluctuation in the formerly marginal voters of Capricornia and Dawson.
Mr Albanese is under pressure to state whether or not he believes Adani & # 39; s proposed Carmichael coal mine in the Galilee basin will be at a higher level economically.
But Sydney-based Grayndler member insisted that this is not his job.
He told ABC radio politicians not to decide if mines are built, but markets do.
War of words: the candid former politician killed Mr. Albanese because he refused to support the project, which was a hot election problem and perhaps Labor even cost the victory
& # 39; It is up to governments to do environmental permits. That of course happened at the federal level. This is considered at the state level. & # 39;
Mr Albanese was appointed party leader this week after Mr Shorten resigned from the top position after the humiliating election defeat.
The The 56-year-old former Deputy Prime Minister had a clear run-up to Labor leadership after the withdrawal of the fellow inner bank left-faction Tanya Plibersek, who had been Mr. Shorten's delegate for six years.
The 23-year-old member for Grayndler, in southwest Sydney, also had no competition from the Workers Party after the departing shadow treasurer Chris Bowen withdrew from the leadership race.
Mr Albanese's ascent to Labor leadership took place almost six years after Mr Shorten defeated him, according to new rules whereby members of the ordinary party were partyed.
Mr. Albanese was briefly vice-prime minister from June to September 2013 under Kevin Rudd.
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