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Sorry, this video has expired Video: Queensland Gove포커rnment faces QLD elections (7pm TV News QLD)
The Queensland Government has announced it is running for the seat of Griffith for the fourth time in its history.
The state is headed into the 2016 Queensland election and has a Queensland Liberal leader.
The state will also go into coalition with another state before 2017, when it will exit a national Parliament.
The Government has said there will be a „substantial number“ of resignations at its peak, which will have implications for the Queensland election campaign.
The federal Labor Party, which won Queensland in last year’s election, is also in government with Mr Rudd’s government in Queensland.
One person from that government walked down to the local Liberal Party office after a meeting to ask questions about what was going on in Queensland.
It was understood Premier Campbell Newman was aware of the Queensland Government’s post-Quadrilateral agreement election plan.
The announcement from the Government was expected later.
One of Mr Newman’s supporters, retired businessman and former mayor of Port Hedland John Bailie, said he was „disappointed“ and would not support Mr Newman or the Premier.