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ENG: The Liberal National Party (LNP) is a centre-right political party in Queensland, Australia. It is the Queensland division of the Liberal Party of Australia and is associated with the National Party of Australia after having been formed by merger of the Queensland divisions of both of those parties on 26 July 2008. The party is considered to be on the centre-right of Queensland politics. In Australia, the term Liberalism refers to centre-right economic liberalism, rather than centre-left social liberalism as in some other English-speaking countries such as the U.S.A. Party ideology has therefore been referred to as liberalism, distinct from its meaning in U.S. English-speaking countries, but also as conservatism, which features strongly in party ideology. The newly ...
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Liberal National Party stalls on promising to axe Queensland

... Government's troubled email system QUEENSLAND'S Opposition technology spokeswoman fears a troubled government email system will never deliver its promised $123 million savings but has stopped short of agreeing to axe it. Ros Bates yesterday said she would immediately order a forensic audit of the in-house system if the LNP won office at the coming state election, as predicted in recent polling. The pledge came after The Courier-Mail yesterday revealed the Identity, Directory and Email Services program had already cost taxpayers $46 million but has only 2000 users - costing the ...

Defying the doomsayers, LNP shows the way forward

The federal election may hold a message for the Liberal Party and the Nationals. A national merger may be the smart way forward. The strong performance of the Liberal National Party of Queensland in the 21 August poll runs counter to the prediction of the doomsaying merger critics and positioned the organisation strongly in the federal sphere. When the next federal parliament sits, the LNP will have delivered 21 of the 73 coalition (and WA NP) members of the House of Representatives. This defies the criticism and dire predictions that followed the formation of the merged ...

Fraser lashes LNP on rail float

QUEENSLAND - Treasurer Andrew Fraser has accused the opposition of trying to sabotage the float of the coal and freight rail business. Mr Fraser said the attacks by Liberal National Party leader John-Paul Langbroek on the $5 billion-plus Queensland Rail privatisation were irresponsible, hypocritical and could slice hundreds of millions of dollars off the value of the initial public offering of shares in new company QR National. But Mr Langbroek said the sale was wrong on every level. "Buying shares does not guarantee a return, and I would hate to see Queenslanders lose money they ...

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'Be People- Centered' AFL, LNP Urged - In Profile Daily
In Profile Daily'Be People- Centered' AFL, LNP UrgedIn Profile DailyShe also indicated that more needs to be done to improve the security sector of the country, calling on the BIN, LNP, DEA and the AFL to work together as a team in keeping the peace that Liberians currently enjoy, if not, the citizens will never have a ...Liberia: LNP Seeks Coalition to Fight TerrorismAllAfrica.comvšech 59 zpravodajských článků »
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk slams LNP opposition to lockouts - The Australian (subscription)
The Australian (subscription)Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk slams LNP opposition to lockoutsThe Australian (subscription)In Queensland, the Palaszczuk government's proposed legislation, which is opposed by the LNP, includes a 2am statewide last-drinks call and a 1am lockout for venues in nightclub precincts. The changes, which require crossbench support, will be debated ...Labor's glory days fading fastCourier MailNo plan B, no early election for Queensland lock out lawsBrisbane TimesNo early Qld election if lockout laws fail9news.com.auSky News Australiavšech 17 zpravodajských článků »
Rowan chooses LNP over doctors on lockout - 9news.com.au
The Cairns PostRowan chooses LNP over doctors on lockout9news.com.auA doctor on Queensland's Opposition benches says he won't vote in favour of the government's lockout laws to tackle alcohol-fuelled violence, despite permission from his party to do so. Dr Christian Rowan, a former Australian Medical Association ...LNP's Christian Rowan diverges from fellow doctors on lockout lawsThe Cairns PostLNP MPs can cross floor on Qld lockoutGeelong Advertiservšech 8 zpravodajských článků »
LNP's Bruce McIver, Australia Post director, faces bias claim - The Australian
The AustralianLNP's Bruce McIver, Australia Post director, faces bias claimThe AustralianThe invitation to the LNP 'fundraiser'. A new political bias row has erupted in Canberra amid revelations that Australia Post's newest director, Liberal National Party powerbroker Bruce McIver, plans to attend a party fundraiser the day after his first ...Labor raises questions about McIver dinnerYahoo7 Newsvšech 8 zpravodajských článků »

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