Local seo developer Reno Seo said the Government has failed to deliver on its promises to help unemployed people in WA.
Mr Seo was on a visit to Canberra yesterday, and said the Coalition’s approach to jobless people is “simply not working”.
“They’re not delivering the promised changes and that is not good enough,” he said.
“And yet they’re still struggling, and yet we are telling them that they’re going to be getting a pay rise and we’re going do it for them. “
“What is it they’ve got to lose?” “
Mr Seouo said WA has lost more than $100 million since the election, including $12 million in wages for low-paid workers. “
What is it they’ve got to lose?”
Mr Seouo said WA has lost more than $100 million since the election, including $12 million in wages for low-paid workers.
“This is the real issue, and that’s why we need to get our economy back on track,” he added.
“It’s time to stop playing politics with this.”
Mr Seongo said Labor was the only party that has delivered on the promise of a $1.6 billion wage rise, and it has a plan to pay for it by removing the cap on the amount of income that can be taxed at the federal and state level.
But he said he has yet to see any details on how it would be paid for.
Mr Keating has not been shy about talking about the Government’s failure to deliver.
“You know, the Labor Party has been on this job for a long time, so they’ve always got this sort of track record, but they’ve just not been able to deliver,” he told a press conference in September.
Mr Keatin is a former Liberal leader and the longest-serving WA premier. “
The Government has just got it wrong.”
Mr Keatin is a former Liberal leader and the longest-serving WA premier.
He won his party a majority of seats in the 2010 state election, but the Government was unable to win a majority in the state parliament, and he resigned after just six months in office.
The Opposition has vowed to hold a parliamentary inquiry into the Coalition Government’s approach towards unemployment and said it is now considering whether it should support the WA Labor government in the budget.