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Governor of Queensland: would rather lose the next election than open the border early

2019-nCoV Special
[时政新闻]     16 Sep 2020
Governor Palazouk (Annastacia Palaszczuk) said she would rather lose the state election next month than give in to outside pressure to open the state border early, but would consider opening it if her chief health officer said it was safe.
Governor of Queensland: would rather lose the next election than open the border early

Gov. Palazuk (Annastacia Palaszczuk)

Governor Palazouk (Annastacia Palaszczuk) said she would rather lose the state election next month than give in to outside pressure to open the state border early, but would consider opening it if her chief health officer said it was safe.

According to the Sydney Morning Front newspaper, Queensland Governor Annastacia Palaszczuk Palazuk said she would rather lose the state election next month than give in to external pressure to open the state border early, but would consider opening it if her chief health officer said the border was safe.

On Monday (Thursday), Palazouk's political rival launched a new round of criticism of the state's borderless state, with news that Janet Young (Jeannette Young), the state's chief health officer, is being closely guarded by police 24 hours after being death threat.

opposition party leader Deb Frey Clinton (Deb Frecklington) accused Palazouk of "turning the border into a political weapon ".

However, mr. palazouk said he had listened to dr. Young's advice by sticking to the border, even if it could lead to a loss on october 31st for the next election.

"If this means I have to lose the election, but I'm willing to take all the risks that will ensure the safety of the Queenslanders ," she said. "

"In this state, I will always stand where I think I am right, and I will stand where I am. "

Young is "one of the most professional women I've ever met" and her advice did save lives during the COVID-19 epidemic, Palazuk said.

Young made his point early Monday when she rejected the 26-year-old Canberra nurse Sarah Kesip (Sarah Caisip) at his father's funeral last week. "Every day I consider all the decisions that need to be taken, but unfortunately there is no standard rulebook on COVID-19 epidemics. "

"My decision is based entirely on the health outcomes we need to see. Whoever (after the election) will tend to make the same decision. "

Young said that their threat and so on did cause some harm to themselves, but for the current epidemic situation, every Queenslander has suffered more or less losses, for us, everyone is very difficult, But there is no way to make an accurate judgment of the unknown time, can only do their best to ensure the health and safety of local people.

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