State Election 2018 - question 4 - Stopping the shrinkage
The Adelaide Park Lands Preservation Association is campaigning for an amendment to the Adelaide Park Lands Act 2005 so that:
“Despite the provisions of any other Act, no additional alienation of the Park Lands may be undertaken unless a previously-alienated site of equivalent or greater size is returned to Park Lands."
If you are elected, would you move a Bill containing such an amendment?
Would you support such an amendment in a Bill moved by another member of Parliament?
SA LABOR - No response. Party score: 0.
LIBERAL PARTY -
- "The State Liberals would have to carefully consider any such amendment." Party score: 1
- "Yes, but you would be smarter to get the Government of the day to do it, to maximise the chance of it passing. If they won't, the Greens will." Party score: 10
AUSTRALIAN CONSERVATIVES - No response. Party score: 0.
DIGNITY PARTY - 8 candidates responded individually, most in faovur: Party score: 7
SA BEST - 3 candidates responded individually, two of them with a firm "yes": Party score: 2
- Duncan McFetridge, (Independent candidate for Morphett) - "The suggested amendment is good but may not always be possible and so stop a very worthwhile project."
- Bob Couch, Stop Population Growth Now, candidate for Legislative Council) - "Yes"