Peter Malinauskas sniffs the COVID winds and picks his targets rigorously
SA opposition chief Peter Malinauskas has positively been studying the opinion polls.
South Australia’s temporary COVID-19 scare introduced a return of the bipartisan spirit — the identical feeling that briefly prevailed when the disaster first burst upon the nation earlier within the yr.
After Premier Steven Marshall’s announcement of a six-day lockdown on Wednesday, state Labor chief Peter Malinauskas took to social media. He announced that the opposition was “right here to help the federal government” and referred to as on South Australians to “struggle for one another, not towards one another”.
Later, when it emerged that the lockdown had been prompted by one individual’s false account of how he had come into contact with the virus, The Australian decreed that Marshall had been “pressured right into a humiliating reversal”. However Malinauskas discovered it value his whereas to boast that he had not once attacked the premier.
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