5 May 2016

Barnaby Joyce says one thing and does another, two faced with forked tongue.

Agriculture Minister Barnaby Joyce has been accused of shedding "crocodile tears" over the approval of the giant Shenhua coal project planned for the Liverpool Plains, after department officials revealed he failed to seek detailed information or make any formal comments opposing the open-cut mine.

At a Senate inquiry into a bill to give landholders the right to reject coal mining on their properties, officials from the departments of environment and agriculture said they were unaware of comments from Mr Joyce or his department to the mine's federal approval process.

Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/environment/barnaby-joyce-failed-to-seek-details-on-giant-shenhua-coal-mine-inquiry-hears-20150728-gimbbn.html#ixzz47jT2oDhg
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