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Chief Minister accuses Liberals of breaking promises before election is even held

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Chief Minister Andrew Barr has attacked the Opposition and questioned what Leader Alistair Coe stands for.

Two months after the Labor-greens Government sensationally banned greyhound racing in the Territory in 2018, Shadow Spokesman Mark Parton declared the Liberals would overturn the ban if they were to win government in 2020.

Now it appears that promise has gone cold, with a spokeswoman telling the Canberra Times that overturning the ban wouldn't be a priority of a Coe led Liberal Government.

That prompted Chief Minister Andrew Barr to question what other promises the Liberals might break if they win government, bringing the question forward to what Coe and his Opposition stand for.

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