Mr Dool said Sunday that he was confident the nationalists would reach a compromise on the Kola policy, as he was temporarily responsible for leading the talks.
“I hope we achieve a consistent outcome. The reason I am optimistic is that we have done this before,” Mr Tool said. Herald In a statement on Sunday.
“Good governments have strong policy debates to get the best results.”
But Ms. Williams, who called on Mr Barlaro to resign after a bad turn in federal politics, announced her decision to the deputy prime minister last week.
The Nationalists have lost four seats since Mr Barillaro became president if his party switches; Lismore, Murray, Pharaoh and now Port Macquarie.
“Last week’s events mark another example of a lesson
Behavior and manipulation were again effectively forgiven and failed to address.
“My community deserves to be represented in parliament by members and leaders who focus on their needs and their aspirations, and they rightly expect a policy that hides politics.”
Ms. Williams’ resignation comes as nationalists try to mend ties with the Liberals and negotiate changes to the Cola policy.
Reducing the number of cola fodder trees from 10 to 123, and redefining the definition of cola cola habitat are four major changes that nationals want.