The NSW Prime Minister has found herself in hot water again – this time because of her selective relaxation of restrictions on the state hospitality sector.
New South Wales Prime Minister Gladys Berejiklian has reportedly admitted easing restrictions across the state after being persuaded to lift more measures than originally planned on Wednesday.
Gladys Berejiklian found himself in hot water again – this time with criticism from her high-ranking ministers and the hotel industry.
Although NSW is easing restrictions much faster than other states and areas, its decision to increase capacity for small venues and drop large ones was criticized on Wednesday.
When a disgruntled minister spoke to The Daily Telegraph, whipped up the lack of widespread change, he said, « This is people’s lives, not a media strategy. « .
For smaller venues with a size of up to 200 m², the capacity rule on Wednesday was reduced from one person per 4 m² to one person per 2 m².
However, the rule change that allows venues to effectively double their patronage capacity has not been granted to large venues.
It sparked the wrath of hotel giant Justin Hemmes, who owns the Merivale Group, which owns more than 70 pubs in the greater Sydney area.
In a public speech, Hemmes told The Daily Telegraphhe that 1,500 people could be put back into work immediately if the government extended its relaxed restrictions to larger venues.
Mr. Hemmes praised the government for setting the pace with easing restrictions earlier this year, but said: « The pendulum is now too far on the cautious side. « .
« We haven’t had any cases in 18 days, we can’t be afraid, we have to live with it, » he added.
Reports have found that Ms. Berejiklian has also been at odds with some of her top ministers, including Deputy Prime Minister John Barilaro and Treasurer Dominic Perrottet.
Reports indicate that larger eateries were told Tuesday night that they could look forward to easing restrictions on Wednesday. However, the government later only approved the changes for smaller venues.
The NSW government has also eased house restrictions – up to 50 visitors to a house if that house has an outside area.
Ms. Berejiklian on Wednesday asked people to use « their common sense » with the house rules.
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