If it is not a minority government scenario, if labyrinths win and Green are in balance in power in the Senate, Di Natale also wants to know that his party is ready to vote against the climate policy he considers insufficiently ambitious, the Greens have done so once, controversial , 2009.
Before the election, climate change minister Mark Butler warned Green of repeating in 2009. Butler told Guardian Australia that the Green's vote with Tony Abbot against the government's last government climate policy mechanism was one of the factors in breaking the political consensus at the federal level, preventing political action during the best part of the decade.
The leader of Zelenih says it is impossible to be definitely in relation to the post-election decision right now, given that the policy still contains some unknowns, but he says Shorten and Butler's policy in the 2019 election is weaker than 2016's policy and "now it's time to base our science policy. "
Di Natale says if the climatic policy of work, following the election, is in line with the green ambitions test, and one of the relevant ambition tests is "a plan for gradual abolition of coal," then Shorten can expect support.
"But if the failure is locked, then we will not support it." We will make a policy-based decision. "