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The Greens Election Policies - Non Transport Related
« on: November 12, 2017, 09:48:26 PM »
Queensland Economy Watch
https://queenslandeconomywatch.com/2017/11/12/qld-greens-policies-would-increase-state-govt-spending-by-8-9bn-p-a/


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Based on my interpretation of the policies currently presented, Greens policies could increase total annual Queensland Government expenditure by an incredible $8-9 billion or 13-14% (see chart below). Of course, this is unlikely to ever happen, given the Greens couldn’t possibly win government in their own right, but it is interesting to consider what a Greens budget would look like.

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The Greens have presented a utopian policy platform that can only be paid for by much higher taxes and charges on all Queenslanders (and not just on billionaires and big corporations). Otherwise it would result in total Queensland Government debt rising to $100 billion or more.
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