Elferink rules out building new bush courts
Th에비앙 카지노e plan is also unlikely to succeed because the existing courts are run by regional councils, which are also under increasing pressure to cut costs and cut back on spending.
Mr Abbott has made public his in예스 카지노tention to build 200 bush courts in the next six years, which would put a huge fiscal cost on his party.
They would be built on existing land, meaning they would need the state Government’s approval before being built.
The Government has not ruled out continuing to build new courts over the next few years, but it has not proposed any timetable.
“We will start exploring other options우리카지노 with them and they will make their decision as to their approach,” Mr Turnbull told reporters, adding the State Government has not yet decided.
“When they make their decision we’re going to engage them as appropriate.”
Labor has called for the Coalition to release a plan for the construction of more than 500 bush courts around the state, including regional council areas.
Opposition legal spokesman, David Leyonhjelm, told the ABC the State Government should instead pursue the ”planning and feasibility of making the state’s court facilities better” by developing new, larger areas to house judges and support staff.
“These new, substantial courts will provide far more space for senior judges and staff than they currently have,” he said.
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