Jian Yang Is Paid For By Taxpayers – He Should Front Up And Talk To Them

Published: Mon 29 Jun 2020 03:39 PM
The Taxpayers’ Union is scoffing at Opposition Leader Todd Muller's claim that his missing in action MP Jian Yang is a “man who is delivering great value” – a response to media questions about the Chinese MP’s failure to talk to English language media.
“Maybe Jian Yang is delivering taxpayer value, but if he won’t front to media, how will we ever know?” asks Louis Houlbrooke a spokesperson for the Union.
“We were staggered to learn that Jian Yang has been refusing to give media interviews for more than a year. Sitting on a cool $179,000 the least he can do is answer a few questions from gallery journalists and our state broadcaster.”
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