International Development Minister Zed Seselja says Canberra has “quite widespread frustration” as residents are waiting to hear the path from the blockade.
“Yesterday we were hoping we would move a little further, but we only got a four-week blockade and didn’t see the real end,” he told Sky News Australia. rice field.
“It wasn’t clear,” Sesella said in an extension, saying the blockade would end at that time, or if further action was needed.
Parents said they had no way back to school for their children except in grades 11 and 12, and were dissatisfied with the company facing strict operational restrictions.
“People need to understand that this blockade, which lasts at least nine weeks, is far more severe than many other blockades in the country,” he said.
“There is a lot of frustration from my parents. There are older Canberans who are isolated and lonely, young people who are suffering from mental health problems, and businesses who just want to go back and work.”