The Attorney General has blamed the opposition for delaying legislation that would stop “criminal gang members” from consorting with each other.
It comes after the shocking execution of former Rebel MC boss Nick Martin on Saturday night.
The state government introduced tough new anti-consorting laws to parliament in January, but the bill hit a road block in the upper house.
The Legislation, which is already in place in New South Wales and Queensland, would see the disruption of communication and networking between convicted offenders.
Parliament is now finished for the year, which means the bill will need to be re-introduced after the March election.
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