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‘Time for Tasmania’s next chapter’: Peter Gutwein declares victory

Tasmania Premier Peter Gutwein has delivered a victory speech, declaring his government would likely form a majority as it becomes the first in Tasmania's history to secure a third term. 

Speaking at the iconic Tally Room, following a concession speech from Opposition Leader Rebecca White, Mr Gutwein said it was "time for Tasmania's next chapter". 

Mr Gutwein congratulated Ms White and Greens Leader Cassey O'Connor for the "hard-fought campaign" stating while they sat in different places on the political spectrum, they were both "dedicated to serving the Tasmanian community". 

"And while we have one this election convincingly, it appears increasingly likely that we will also govern in majority," he said. 

"Tasmanians, regardless of religion, race, politics, circumstances, or background, held out their hands to each other in the most extraordinary and extravagant outstanding display of humanity that I have ever witnessed. 

"And as a result, confidence increased - our economy is now one of the fastest-growing in the nation; jobs have returned to pre-pandemic levels and even today, I'm pleased to say there are more Tasmanians in work right now than what they were before the pandemic hit."

Tasmania Premier Peter Gutwein has delivered a victory speech, declaring his authorities would seemingly kind a majority because it turns into the primary in Tasmania’s historical past to safe a 3rd time period.

Speaking on the iconic Tally Room, following a concession speech from Opposition Leader Rebecca White, Mr Gutwein mentioned it was “time for Tasmania’s next chapter”.

Mr Gutwein congratulated Ms White and Greens Leader Cassey O’Connor for the “hard-fought campaign” stating whereas they sat somewhere else on the political spectrum, they have been each “dedicated to serving the Tasmanian community”.

“And while we have one this election convincingly, it appears increasingly likely that we will also govern in majority,” he mentioned.

“Tasmanians, no matter faith, race, politics, circumstances, or background, held out their fingers to one another in probably the most extraordinary and lavish excellent show of humanity that I’ve ever witnessed.

“And as a result, confidence increased – our economy is now one of the fastest-growing in the nation; jobs have returned to pre-pandemic levels and even today, I’m pleased to say there are more Tasmanians in work right now than what they were before the pandemic hit.”

Tasmania Premier Peter Gutwein has delivered a victory speech, declaring his authorities would seemingly kind a majority because it turns into the primary in Tasmania’s historical past to safe a 3rd time period.

Speaking on the iconic Tally Room, following a concession speech from Opposition Leader Rebecca White, Mr Gutwein mentioned it was “time for Tasmania’s next chapter”.

Mr Gutwein congratulated Ms White and Greens Leader Cassey O’Connor for the “hard-fought campaign” stating whereas they sat somewhere else on the political spectrum, they have been each “dedicated to serving the Tasmanian community”.

“And while we have one this election convincingly, it appears increasingly likely that we will also govern in majority,” he mentioned.

“Tasmanians, no matter faith, race, politics, circumstances, or background, held out their fingers to one another in probably the most extraordinary and lavish excellent show of humanity that I’ve ever witnessed.

“And as a result, confidence increased – our economy is now one of the fastest-growing in the nation; jobs have returned to pre-pandemic levels and even today, I’m pleased to say there are more Tasmanians in work right now than what they were before the pandemic hit.”

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