Prime Minister Scott Morrison has guaranteed that the federal government will bear half the cost of the 2032 Olympics if front-runner Brisbane is identified as the organizer of the Games.
The pledge was included in a letter from Mr Morrison to Queensland’s Prime Minister Anastasia Parashek, who arrived with the Prime Minister late Monday afternoon.
Palaszczuk welcomed the funding commitment, saying Brisbane’s bids became more attractive with the 50-50 funding agreement for gaming infrastructure.
“This is what I asked the Prime Minister,” she said. “This is great news for Queensland.”
The federal government guarantees tens of millions of dollars on security, visa support, and taxation issues for the 2032 Olympics as a sign that Brisbane is closer than ever to host the 2032 Olympics and Paralympics.
The federal government has requested that both Fairfax Congressman Ted O’Brien and Sports Minister Richard Colbeck be included in the three governments’ Olympic bid teams that the state government has indicated will accept.
The 2018 Commonwealth Games federal security bill on the Gold Coast was $ 34 million.Queensland Government Tip $ 46.7 million individually For a new counter-terrorist unit and 30 professional police.
O’Brien, a member of the Sunshine Coast Congress and a representative of Morrison Three government task forces leading bids, The federal government said it would provide a security guarantee by Tuesday.
“I am very confident that the guarantees required by the federal government will be confirmed,” O’Brien said.
The federal government agrees to fund half the cost of Brisbane’s 2032 Summer Olympics
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