Annastacia Palaszczuk and Scott Morrison’s long-running disagreement over Queensland’s border has continued, even after the Premier introduced plans to reopen her state.
Palaszczuk had come underneath hearth over her choice to ban all interstate guests, regardless of federal medical officers saying there was no cause for state borders to stay closed
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The Premier confirmed on Tuesday Queensland would reopen to interstate travellers on July 10 – apart from Victorians, who must enter quarantine and pay for it themselves.
Ms Palaszczuk used the announcement to name for a ceasefire, whereas additionally firing a rocket at Prime Minister Scott Morrison.
“These border wars have got to stop,” Ms Palaszczuk mentioned.
“I think a national leader should have been able to bring all of the states and territories together.”
“Frankly, I’m a bit sick that Queensland has been singled out versus South Australia, and Tasmania, simply to call a couple of.
“Perhaps if Victoria had been virtually self-quarantined or quarantined, then the Prime Minister may have set a date for all the different states and territories as soon as Victoria was underneath management.”
Appearing on Sunrise on Wednesday, Prime Minister Scott Morrison mentioned he believed Palaszczuk made the feedback as “there is an election coming up” in Queensland.
“We got rid of internal borders almost 120 years ago and we are one country,” he mentioned.
Palaszczuk fired again throughout an interview on the identical present simply minutes later, calling Morrison’s feedback “ridiculous”.
“I said my piece yesterday, but I was silent for a long time,” she mentioned.
“I was copping it every day, Queensland was singled out, not South Australia, not Tasmania.”
“I stayed silent and yesterday I said my piece and that’s all I’ll say on the matter for now.”