Failed State Infrastructure Minister Graeme Sturges today revealed yet another thing he knows nothing about - parliamentary process.
Mr Sturges somehow concluded, because the Opposition voted against the government blocking the tabling of a letter in Parliament, that this was some major event.
We will always stand up for transparency and accountability and for Graeme Sturges to be opposed to that shows just the way this 11 year old government thinks. Perhaps Graeme Sturges should try and resurrect his own parliamentary reputation by addressing Tasmania's infrastructure needs, especially rail and road.
This basic mistake comes on the same day that the Infrastructure Minister failed to explain where he would get $32M from to buy Tasmania's rail system.
This failure to manage Tasmania's rail network combined with today's Pulp Mill faux pas shows he fails not only on the important things in his portfolio, but on minor procedural issues as well.
The Tasmanian Liberals have been rock solid in their support for the Tamar Valley pulp mill - unlike the Premier, David Bartlett, who has a different view on this job-rich development depending on the day and unlike Workplace Relations Minister Lisa Singh who didn't even have the guts to vote on the issue.