Right to Information exposes Labor’s sham “Cilento survey”

by Ted Sorensen
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The Palaszczuk Labor Government’s sham survey to rip Lady Cilento’s name from the children’s hospital has been exposed.

“The Palaszczuk Labor Government has been caught red-handed fudging statistics,” LNP Leader Deb Frecklington said.

“A Right to Information request has shown multiple votes had been recorded from the same IP address.

“Annastacia Palaszczuk should immediately apologise to the family, restore Lady Cilento’s name to the hospital, and start concentrating on the healthcare of our sick kids.

“Queensland children should have money spent on their healthcare, but Labor is spending millions on dodgy surveys and ripping the Cilento name down from the hospital.

“The Premier is out of touch and power has gone to her head.

“The hospital was named after Phyllis Dorothy Cilento, who was a fierce advocate for the health of mothers and children, and her name belongs on that hospital.

“The Premier needs to stop the name change so this voting rort can be independently investigated.

“Labor hide behind this survey but now it is clear it was a scam.

“Labor’s Steven Miles should not only be sacked but he should offer a public apology to the Cilento family.

“An LNP Government I lead by would focus on delivering the world-class public health system Queenslanders deserve.”

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